|Beautiful Gwangju Stadium|
Sorry, I'm not trying to hate on baseball, I'm just trying to point out there's room for improvement. I really enjoy going to Kansas City Royals games a few times each year even though they are the most consistent team at being terrible. Professional baseball is just turning in to a forgettable sport behind most others, especially the NFL and NBA. However, the Korean baseball experience is much different.
|Giant KIA Tiger|
1.) BYOB - The first thing that makes the Korean Baseball experience so great is the "Bring Your Own Booze" policy. That concept is unimaginable in America. Maybe even illegal? So bring your own cooler of beer and soju, or buy some booze at one of several stalls outside the stadium that also sell buckets of fried chicken.
2.) Thunder Sticks - Don't forget your thunder sticks. You'll be using these with each at bat, between innings, and to hit your friends or your dad.
4.) General Admission - For seven dollars you can sit practically anywhere in the stadium!
I'm already excited for next season. I'm going to buy some thunder sticks and chant with the Koreans even though what I'll be saying will be nonsensical. Are they chanting "We have your laptop" or "Halloween Easter egg"? In don't know......play ball!