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South Korea

 By John Duerden

South Korea's Park Chu-young needs to find his Seoul back home

In four years, South Korean striker Park Chu-young made one Premier League appearance for Arsenal.

One headline in the Seoul media summed it up: "The striker with three goals in two years to return."

Park Chu-young has signed for FC Seoul again.

Back in 2005, he was the biggest story in South Korean football, a 19-year-old nicknamed "The Football Genius." Now, despite the lack of goals, he is still the biggest story, but everything else has changed. At 29, he has more to prove than ever to fans around the world, in his homeland and perhaps even to himself.

Where to start with the story of Park?

Unfortunately,...

Former Arsenal striker Park Chu-Young returning to South Korea

Park Chu-Young will return to play his club football in South Korea.

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SEOUL, South Korea -- When South Korea returned home after collecting just one point at last year's World Cup, fans in Seoul heckled the players and offered the local insult of pelting them with candy.

On Sunday evening, just 24 hours after losing a thrilling Asian Cup final 2-1 to Australia in Sydney, South Korea's players arrived back at the same Incheon International Airport to be greeted in a much friendlier fashion after local media called for flowers and not candy -- two words that rhyme in...