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the Southeast Asian Cup football semi-finals where Korean coaches faced off against each other, Vietnam under coach Park Hang-seo beat Indonesia under coach Shin Tae-yong to advance to the final.

This is Reporter Kim Hyeong-yeol. 


With Taegeukgi fluttering all over Vietnam's home stadium, Park Hang-seo and Shin Tae-yong, two Korean commanders, engaged in a fierce battle of nerves and resourcefulness.

When an opponent's foul came out, he raised his voice, ran to the ground, protested vehemently, and commanded the players with enthusiasm.

The last laugh was directed by Park Hang-seo.

In the 3rd minute of the first half, when Tien Linh scored the opening goal, coach Park threw a cool uppercut ceremony. In the 2nd minute of the second half, when Tien Linh even scored a wedge with a header, he raised his hands and liked it like a child.

Vietnam, which won 2-0, advanced to the finals, and coach Park Hang-seo challenged for the first championship in four years, and coach Shin Tae-yong congratulated senior Thi Dong-gap.

[Shin Tae-yong/Indonesian national soccer team coach: Vietnam is a good team and I congratulate them for not conceding and I think they did a good job.]

Coach Park, who finished his 5-year partnership with Vietnam after this tournament, spent a long time with the players and fans after the match. They responded to everyone's support and promised a splendid last dance in the finals with the Thailand-Malaysia winners.

[Park Hang-seo/Vietnamese soccer team coach: I will try to win one more championship with the Vietnamese spirit and present it to soccer fans and the people.]

(Video editing: Lee Jung-taek, CG: Seo Seung-hyun)