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  World Cup grounds: Korea
The 10 stadia in South Korea will host the matches in groups A, B, C and D
1/11 The 10 stadia in South Korea will host the matches in groups A, B, C and D
Seoul: The World Cup stadium, built in the rectangular shape of a traditional Korean kite, seats 63,961
2/11 Seoul: The World Cup stadium, built in the rectangular shape of a traditional Korean kite, seats 63,961
Incheon: The second largest port in Korea, and its stadium holds 51,179
3/11 Incheon: The second largest port in Korea, and its stadium holds 51,179
Suwon: The complex holds a 44,047-seat stadium, a secondary stadium, training pitches and swimming
4/11 Suwon: The complex holds a 44,047-seat stadium, a secondary stadium, training pitches and swimming pools
Daejon: Built in one of the high-tech parts of Korea, the stadium is partially covered and seats 40,407
5/11 Daejon: Built in one of the high-tech parts of Korea, the stadium is partially covered and seats 40,407
Jeonju: Some people think this stadium is the best-looking of all in Korea. It is designed to look like a harp
6/11 Jeonju: Some people think this stadium is the best-looking of all in Korea. It is designed to look like a harp
Gwanju: An area of Korea famous for its arts, which is an important part of the design
7/11 Gwanju: An area of Korea famous for its arts, which is an important part of the design
Daegu: The World Cup Stadium, which seats 68,014, is designed in the shape of a Korean thatched roof
8/11 Daegu: The World Cup Stadium, which seats 68,014, is designed in the shape of a Korean thatched roof
Ulsan: The stadium, set between two mountains, is supposed to look like a bird taking flight
9/11 Ulsan: The stadium, set between two mountains, is supposed to look like a bird taking flight
Busan: Work on the stadium started in 1991, and holds 55,982 supporters
10/11 Busan: Work on the stadium started in 1991, and holds 55,982 supporters
Seogwipo: This 42,256-stadium is on a pretty Korean island, and also boasts a water park and a market place
11/11 Seogwipo: This 42,256-stadium is on a pretty Korean island, and also boasts a water park and a market place

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