We’ve known since July that the Dodgers and San Diego Padres were set to open the 2024 regular season in Seoul, South Korea.
Now, we know the full scope of the “Seoul Series” in March.
In addition to the Padres, the Dodgers will face two Korean professional clubs and the Korean national team before their regular season openers, the games’ organizers announced Tuesday.
According to the announcement, Coupang Play, a Korean streaming service, will be the exclusive streaming platform and MLB’s presenting and marketing partner for the regular-season games on March 20 and 21, plus the aforementioned exhibition games. SportsNet LA will televise the games locally in the Los Angeles region; ESPN will air the games nationally in the U.S.
The announcement of ticket sales — distributed online by Coupang — will surely be of interest to fans who are looking to build a vacation around the 2024 season opener.
The Dodgers’ final Cactus League game is March 13 in Glendale, Arizona against the Seattle Mariners. After the Seoul Series the Dodgers will return home to face the Angels in the Freeway Series March 24-26, then host the St. Louis Cardinals at Dodger Stadium on March 28 — universal Opening Day around MLB.
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