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DinDin Shows Support to Korean National Soccer Team After Throwing Shade at Coach Paulo Bento

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DinDin seems to have a change of mind and now cheers for the Korean national soccer team at the FIFA World Cup 2022 after throwing shade at the group’s team manager, Paulo Bento.

DinDin shared the group H match, South Korea vs. Uruguay, on his Instagram Story Thursday, November 24, and wrote a lengthy caption saying he was sorry.

DinDin Apologized to South Korean National Soccer Team

The rapper posted a couple of pictures from the match and looked proud of his national team.

"I'm sorry. The Republic of Korea team is the best. Go team Korea!!!!" he said, via AllKpop.

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"I won't forget everything our national team showed tonight. I apologize for my thoughtlessness,” he continued. “I'm sorry!! Go team Korea!! I'll be rooting even harder for the rest of the World Cup! Go team Korea!! Thank you our national team!! Great work! Stay healthy for the rest of the matches and fighting!!"

DinDin Throws Shade at Paulo Bento

For starters, the TV personality received mixed reactions after throwing shade at Bento and the Korean national team on the SBS radio show last month.

"I didn't get the feeling he regularly watches Korean league,” DinDin stated about Bento.

"I personally think he'll get the hopes up by tying with Uruguay and run afterward,” he added. "I feel like he won't say hi to us at all.”

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DinDin even questioned fans about positively believing the country’s national team would make it.

"Let's be honest. We all know we're not going to make it to the rounds of 16,” he predicted. “Why are you saying that we're going to make it? It's so annoying, like, make it make sense."

He also commented that he could already see Bento “giving a side eye.”

South Korea vs. Uruguay at the 2022 FIFA World Cup

When the match began on Thursday, Uruguay and South Korea battled to a scoreless draw, per Fox Sports.

Each team had the chance to break the tie in the last few minutes of the match but failed to do so.

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There were 17 combined shots in the game, but only one shot on goal was needed between the two teams.

The Korean national team still has two games happening next week. After its match with Uruguay, it will go against Ghana on Monday, November 28, and Portugal on Friday, December 2.

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