Did you know that? Tatis Jr. said, I ate dumpling soup in Korea

Fernando Tatis Jr. (25, San Diego Padres), who arrived in Korea to play the first major league game in Korea, had dumpling soup.

The San Diego squad arrived at Incheon International Airport on a team charter flight at 1:30 a.m. on Saturday. This is to host the Seoul Series.

Afterwards, the San Diego team headed to their lodging facility, and encountered Korean baseball fans in various places in Seoul on Saturday afternoon. Tatis Jr. was spotted at Gwanghwamun and Gwanghwamun markets.

Tatis Jr. posted a video of his visit to Gwanghwamun and Gwangjang markets on his Instagram story. Tatis Jr. also drew attention by posting a picture of dumpling soup with hotteok.

The reason why dumpling soup drew a lot of attention is because Tatis Jr.’s father hit two grand slams in an inning to “Korean Express” Park Chan-ho.

It is widely known as “dumpling” by Korean baseball fans. Tatis’ son, who hit a dumpling, came to Korea for the first time, drawing keen attention as the food he encountered was dumpling soup.

San Diego will now have a friendly match with the KBO League team and the national team Team Korea starting from the 17th. A game to control conditions.
The team will hold two consecutive games against the San Diego Padres at Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul on the 20th and 21st. The Seoul Series will be held before the opening match of the Mainland.

BY: 토토

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