Former South Korean national football coach Guus Hiddink arrived in Seoul on Friday for a five-day visit.
The Dutchman, who successfully guided the Taeguk Warriors into the semifinals of the 2002 World Cup, came to attend the opening of “Hiddink Dream Field,” a futsal field in the southeastern city of Ulsan on June 14.
During his five-day trip, Hiddink will meet Chung Mong-joon, honorary FIFA Vice-President, and Park Ji-sung of Manchester United and participate in several events.
The 64-year-old has been in charge of the national teams of the Netherlands, Australia and Russia. He is currently in charge of the Turkish national football team
Hiddink has recently been linked with a possible return to Chelsea in the English Premier League after Carlo Ancelotti was sacked last month.
He had a successful five-month stint at the English club two years ago and has been acting as an adviser for Chelsea.
By Oh Kyu-wook (firstname.lastname@example.org