Saturday 25 July (all times are local, 8 hours ahead of UK)
00:33 - We're back at the hotel now, safe and sound, and ready for dinner. My bed will beckon me before long, as we're leaving for the airport in just over eight hours to catch our flight to China. So I'll sign off here, if you don't mind... look out for my next blog, Latest from Hangzhou, and some press conference quotes on ManUtd.com from late Saturday morning UK. Goodnight from Seoul.
Friday 24 July
23:13 – Phenomenal scenes as the team bus pulls away from the stadium. The lights are on green but the fans don't care – they've surrounded the coach and stopped traffic! I hope we start moving soon... this could turn ugly.
22:05 – Full-time: FC Seoul 2-3 United. By far the most entertaining and competitive match so far on the Asia Tour. The Reds went behind twice but always looked the better side. You can read Ben Hibbs' match report now. I'm going to go downstairs and see what Sir Alex has to say in his post-match press conference. I'll check in again when I'm back at the hotel. For now, it's An-Nyung-Hee-Kye-Se-Yo, Gam-Sa-Ham-Ni-Da from Seoul World Cup Stadium.
22:03 – Some incredible skill from Ji on the edge of the penalty area draws a huge cheer from the crowd. That was amazing. It's just about the final piece of action here...
22:00 – Thwack! Scholesy blasts one against the crossbar from close range after a great pass from the hometown hero. Time's just about up...
21:47 – Terrific chance for Berbatov but his second touch let him down as he was racing towards goal. Earlier, just before Park's introduction, Owen stabbed one wide from close range after good work again by Gibson on the right.
21:45 – This is the moment Seoul has been waiting for. Ji-sung Park enters the pitch to one of the loudest cheers I've