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Baseball restarts in South Korea behind closed doors with virtual fans

South Korea’s professional baseball league has officially restarted. A full schedule of games was played behind closed doors, with pictures of fans painted on the seats. Viewers could watch via video conference apps and some of the games were broadcast on ESPN

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    Do English men know baseball?
    KBO baseball must be very popular.

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    구름발전소

    South Korea is a real advanced country.

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    0:02 I think foreign medias are always saying that it is Seoul if it is Korea… This is not Seoul. This is Incheon.

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