Our national soccer team advanced to the round of 16 at the World Cup in Qatar for the first time in 12 years.

The Red Devil, who shouted Korea at the top of his voice, also set a new record.

The International Football Federation (FIFA) announced various records from the group stage yesterday.

First, as a result of measuring the fervor of cheering in the stands of each stadium for 40 group league matches, the first group match between Korea and Uruguay in Group H ranked first with a noise level of 131 decibels.

It is said to be equivalent to a rock concert hall.

The match between Korea and Ghana also recorded 122 decibels, ranking 4th in cheering fever.

Noise measurement results have not yet been reflected in the match against Portugal, where Korea has confirmed its advance to the round of 16.

FIFA also reported that, for the first time in history, teams from all continents have advanced to the round of 16 as soccer competitiveness has increased in general.

As Korea, Japan, and Australia all advanced to the round of 16, he explained that the history of three Asian Football Confederation countries advancing to the round of 16 was created for the first time.