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Lifestyle

Seoul's two sides

After co-hosting the FIFA World Cup in 2002, South Korea realised the vast potential of its tourism industry and is now actively marketing itself as an exciting destination for travellers, writes AGATHA MATAYUN, who took part in a familiarisation tour of Seoul recently.

Nation

Euro 2004 Special Edition still being snapped up

It began with just a cursory glance at I>The Star's Euro 2004 Special Edition /I>stand, but as the day wore on, shoppers at the MidValley Megamall gradually snapped up the free copies for the news on the soccer fest of the year.

Lifestyle

The best and ‘wurst’

In this concluding segment of a two-part series on Euro 2004, B. SANJEEVAN reckons the Germans won't cut it.

Other Sport

Pahang Sultan and Hamzah honoured for their achievements

Former Asian Football Confederation (AFC) presidents Sultan Ahmad Shah and Tan Sri Hamzah Haji Abu Samah were honoured for their achievements during the AFC 50th anniversary celebrations gala dinner in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.

Lifestyle

Hunting ground for new talent

B. SANJEEVAN rounds up the action at the recently-concluded African Cup of Nations which ended with Tunisia being crowned champion.

Other Sport

FIFA World Cup inspectors head for Libya, Egypt

FIFA's World Cup inspectors will visit Libya and Egypt this month to complete their assessment of the five African candidates seeking to host the 2010 Finals, officials said Saturday.

Lifestyle

For the record

Malaysia relinquished the overall champion title and finished fifth behind Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines in the Games held in December.

Lifestyle

England could be a real turkey

B. SANJEEVAN feels that an injured Michael Owen and a weakened defence caused by the exclusion of Rio Ferdinand could spell disaster for the English in tomorrow's European qualifier against the Turks.

Lifestyle

Let the games begin

The usual suspects will make it to the knockout stage of the newly-restructured Champions League, but everyone will be looking at how #8216;Chelski#8217; will perform, writes B. SANJEEVAN.

Other Sport

Asian football coaches learn Europeans' tactical acumen in course

The successes of South Korea and Japan in the 2002 FIFA World Cup were credited to the European coaches for their tactical acumen in getting the best out of their respective teams.