It’s hot.

The Korea Baseball Organization (KBO) announced on March 23, “A total of 142,660 fans attended the game on the 23rd, which is a new record for the most fans in a single day in the KBO League.”

A total of eight games were played in the KBO on this day, including three games that were canceled due to rain the day before. The second-best day in history was September 9, 2023, when nine games were played. That game drew 128,598 fans, while the third place record was set on May 5, 2016, on Children’s Day, with a total of 114,085 fans.

The 2 p.m. game between the Lotte Giants and Kiwoom Heroes set another sellout record for the 22nd. At 3:21 p.m., 16,000 tickets were sold. The sixth sellout of the season. SSG Landers Field in Incheon, where the NC Dinos and SSG Landers 홀덤사이트 played, also drew 17,200 people.

Games in Daegu, Jamsil, and Gwangju were doubleheaders. The first game of the doubleheader between the Doosan Bears and Samsung Lions in Daegu drew 26,678 fans and the second game drew 24,000 fans. The 12th sellout of the season.

The Jamsil doubleheader between the LG Twins and KT Wiz drew 11417 fans for game one and 15418 fans for game two. The Gwangju doubleheader between the Kia Tigers and Hanwha Eagles, featuring Kim Do-young’s 20-homer, 20-stolen base record, drew 19085 fans for Game 1 and 18860 fans for Game 2.

This season, the KBO has been a box office sensation. On March 15, the league surpassed 5 million fans for the fastest time in its 10-team history. 345 games, a record in 12 years after 332 games in 2012. The previous record for fewest games with 5 million fans was 425 games in 2016, and the average home attendance for all teams is over 10,000.

They say 10 million spectators is possible at the current rate. No wonder they can’t get in because there are no tickets.

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