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Discussion in 'Korea' started by Sergei Mantis, May 8, 2011.
It's part of the Nike collection for Korea, pretty much a supporter's t-shirt type thing. there's one in red too
Why would they make supporters shirts cooler than the national team colors?
Looks like they made more efforts there as well.
I hate the ring collar for the supporter shirt, would have looked much better without.
Where can you buy this? Are you in New York City?
What is Korea shirt size 100 converted to USA size?
Usually, 100 = US Medium, but this time around the 100 = Large, 105 = XL, 110 = XXL.
Can i buy the Korea - Germany match jersey?
I'm in korea and having a hard time finding a place that will print and number (tryna get a cho hyunwoo gk jersey lol)
Is it even possible to cop the GK jersey? I'd really like the black one.
So I'm visiting my parents in Jakarta during my holiday and I've received my black/volt training top. I got an XL, which was the largest size available at Myeongdong Nike. The quality is a bit underwhelming. I'll try to upload some pics of it soon. If the jerseys feel as flimsy as these training tops I might pass on this cycle.
I was just thinking I’d like to see a rendering by someone with some photoshop skills of the away jersey design in red with blue and white graphic print and the black shorts ala the Pepsi kit. I think it’d be pretty sharp.
dont worry, they aren’t. just copped the black/volt training top as well and was surprised by how thin the fabric was too. our jerseys are thicker and a little more loose than the training top. feels quite nice if you prefer looser fit over form-fitting shirts imo
Howdy Dear BSKers this is Chemist again,
Its been time since I posted my cheering messages and video links during the last World Cup. I'm sorry as I have been busier these months due reasons explained below so I couldn't follow with much details of what the team has been doing during recent sport events although I seen the news that Korea did great in the last Asian Games and Son was sparred from doing his military service among other players. Good for him, and well most because of my busy schedule I couldn't record matches as I used.
As a matter of fact today (October 1st) is my birthday and I often like to spend the day at ease. Normally people gets presents but I want to make a gift to the community, so I'm sharing my kit of one of the heroes of the match vs Germany.
Yes, KYK whom has its downs and ups (like a periodical function), the guy totally redeemed himself in the last game and it kind became a personal good luck charm to me since I used his shirt on the SAT for the medicine school entrance exam. Although I didn't make it, for me it was a total boost of morale as I greatly improved my score and passed the half of the minimum required points to get in, so I'm on half of the road to my goal. Of course a much better result than my previous attempt back in march. In some way some of his clumsiness seem to mirror mine as I kind of greatly sympathized with him. Wish me luck for the next exam in 2019!.
Not much to say about the jersey, it was great to wear and the fabric is soft and as good as the 2014 from which I posted a year ago. Who knows maybe someday can I get it signed?. It arrived in pristine condition to Peru and as carefully I usually am, I did removed with care all the sales labels after taking the pictures (just a day prior the exam, wow!). Since the next U-17 tournament will be hosted in my country I'll use it again. I do hope to also share with you some of the pictures of the matches if I can.
Pictures of the kit seen below:
There are still days left before the last friendlies of the year and I'll do my best to record them to share with this beautiful community who has embraced me as a fan since I came years ago despite I don't post as much as others or engage into heated discussions. Well that's all I can report as of now. This is chemist wishing you guy peace and be well!. Fighting~ !
Now, all you need is the Taegeukgi/WC patches + matchday printings and your kit is gold. Also, Kim Young-gwon's performance at the WC is something that people can't away from, and it's exactly what he needed, a strong mindset/mentality and discipline along with a boost in confidence, hence it's great and refreshing to see him back to his old self after all the years of criticisms due to poor performances. More so, he's continuing to improve himself, and he proved it/it was clearly shown during the last two friendly matches vs Costa Rica and Chile, so it's a definite plus.
Happy Birthday! Have some ceviche and a couple piscos for us.
Is this a Chinese replica? If it's the official kit, you should get the customization redone because the nameset's off - there's supposed to be space between Y and G in Y G KIM.
That would be a nice addition to my kit, although I have no idea where can I get those, but surely it would be awesome to have them, nice to see that like wine some players get better with age. (Although as a teetotaler not sure if it applies this analogy ). Btw the latest match I uploaded it in the multimedia page.
Thanks for that!. If I could I would buy for the buddies, I you guys don't mind I would toast with orage juice.
Um.. I'm not sure, I looked at the patches, the logos and the other stuff in the kit (as well the fabric quality) and it seems legit. I haven't really taken into consideration that detail. Maybe I can get it redone but since it accompanied to me in an exam it has now emotional value to it and I like it as it is.
@Chemist9116, Kim Young-gwon just needed to screw on his head tight. Also, if you like the kit the way it is even baring a minor issue with the name scheme, then it's all good. I too had a kit with the wrong name romanization, had it corrected despite the difficulties that can cause the kit to tear/rip or leave smudge of ink left from the printings, but the owner was a pro and left non behind.
So I just got what's easily my favorite kit in my entire collection, JHW's 2018 WC kit with Korea-Germany match day printing.
I had to import the blank kit from Austria to Canada, send it out with a relative to Korea, ship it elsewhere within Korea to get all the printing done, and then finally got it back in Canada.
dude. This is epic
that's a future family heirloom
How much did that entire journey take? Sounds ultra expensive.