Sunderland's Ji Dong-won expects an army of South Korean fans to invade Cardiff for Saturday's (Sunday AEST) quarter-final against Great Britain.
The Korean members of the 77,000-strong crowd at
Despite some pre-Games pessimism, the British football team, which moved into the quarter-finals after beating
He said: "There were a lot of Korean supporters at Wembley and when it comes to Cardiff I expect even more Koreans to travel to the match because it is a bigger match now we are in the quarter-finals."
Korea only won once during its group campaign and its performance on Thursday against
Ji and Arsenal's
Ji, who joined
"Whichever team we play it doesn't matter because we have a good atmosphere in the team," the 21-year-old said.
"We are focused on the match and we will do a lot of video preparation and discussion with the coaches and the other team members so we are ready for the match.
"This is a big opportunity for me and everyone in the team and I am really happy that we are through to the quarter-final."
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