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KEB Hana Bank FA Cup 5th Round Guide

The KEB Hana Bank FA Cup 5th round, or round of 32, takes places later today with Classic Vs Challenge ties making up the vast majority of the round. Whilst most games kick off this evening, there are a few notable changes to the schedule.
Only a handful of games will be available to stream on Naver (details below) but columnists Ryan Walters and Paul Neat will be live from Seoul World Cup Stadium pre-match for another K League United Facebook live broadcast both pre-match and at full time, as well as live on Twitter at half-time for analysis and scores from around the grounds.

FC Pocheon Vs Mokpo City 15:00 (Live on Naver)

The first tie of the day kicks off later this afternoon with K3 side FC Pocheon, who dispatched Challenge side Seoul E-Land as well as National League outfit Gyeongju HNP in the previous two rounds, host another National League side in Mokpo City at home. The tie will mean that at least one non-K League team will advance to the quarter finals.

Who awaits: Gangwon FC/Seongnam FC away

Gangwon FC Vs Seongnam FC 19:00 (Live on Naver)

Both Gangwon and Seongnam had endured tricky starts to their respective league campaigns but have since began to pick up the odd result, more notably Gangwon who now find themselves 7th and just a point behind reigning Champions FC Seoul. Those clad in orange, Gangwon, welcome Seongnam to the Alpensia Ski Jump Stadium this evening looking to make a rare forage into the latter stages. The competition's 2014 winners Seongnam will be hoping a cup run helps to propel the Magpies up the Challenge table and indeed into the quarters and will see a possible tie with either Pocheon or Mokpo as extra motivation.

Who awaits: FC Pocheon/Mokpo City at home

Gyeongnam FC Vs Ulsan Hyundai 19:00 (Live on Naver)

K League Challenge league leaders Gyeongnam welcome the Classic's 4th placed Ulsan Hyundai to the Changwon Football Center. Ulsan won the competition in 1998 but hosts Gyeongnam are yet enjoy FA Cup glory but will be hoping that their league form can help push them into the quarter finals and emulate the cup run of 2012 which saw them lost to eventual winners Pohang Steelers.

Who awaits: Bucheon 1995/Sangju Sangmu at home

Gwangju FC Vs Asan Mugunghwa 19:00

Another Classic vs Challenge tie sees Gwangju FC host newly-formed Asan Mugunghwa, the latest incarnation of the Korean Police team. Gwangju saw off the challenge of Yonsei University in extra time in round four, Asan meanwhile beat two university sides to make it to round five in Hanyang and Ajou.

Who awaits: Jeju United/Suwon Bluewings away

Daejeon Citizen Vs Jeonnam Dragons 19:00

K League Challenge basement side Daejeon take on a resurgent Jeonnam Dragons, a team whose 4-0 win over Jeonju helped shake their league campaign into life. Our columnists Paul Neat, Aodan Halligan and Alex Meyer preview the game here.

Who awaits: FC Seoul/Busan IPark away

Bucheon 1995 Vs Sangju Sangmu 19:30

Last season's surprise package Bucheon 1995, who made it to the semi-finals, enter the fifth round on the back of another giant killing victory of Jeonbuk Hyundai, the second in as many seasons. The K League Challenge promotion contenders welcome Sangju to Bucheon Stadium who narrowly beat Gangneung City in the previous round. Much like Bucheon, the visitors are enjoying a productive season thus far but are without a win in their last three.

Who awaits: Gyeongnam FC/Ulsan Hyundai away

FC Seoul Vs Busan IPark 19:30 (Naver)

Last season's runners up and two-time winners FC Seoul take on Busan IPark at Sangam this evening. Our columnist Jae-hyuk Lee previews the game here.

Jeju United Vs Suwon Bluewings P-P

Due to FIFA U20 World Cup preparations, Jeju United's home tie with Suwon Bluewings has been postponed until June 6th.

Who awaits: Gwangju FC/Asan Mugunghwa at home

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