For example, fans coming to the game will see eye-catching Seoul posters on Sir Matt Busby Way. Park is hoping this and other activities will make SMG's third sponsored game every bit as enjoyable as the previous two.
The Korean winger told ManUtd.com: "It has been great to see Seoul and Korea so well represented at Old Trafford when Seoul Metropolitan Government have sponsored our games.
"One favourite moment of mine was seeing the Korean dancers and drummers at the stadium, it was like a real taste of home in Manchester.
"Being here in Manchester is fantastic and something that has really added to it over the last three seasons for me is the fact that Seoul has so closely and enthusiastically supported my team. A lot of people have supported me, too, which has given me so much energy.
"I have been on tour in Asia with Manchester United; it has been fantastic to see and experience the fun and exciting activities that Seoul Metropolitan Government are bringing to the people of Seoul through their partnership with Manchester United."
United's chief executive David Gill said: "The partnership with Seoul has been a tremendous success. It has helped to bring to life one of the Far East's great cities for our fans who have taken Ji-sung Park to their hearts in the last six years.
"We have also been lucky to have been able to visit Seoul during the partnership and to sample the city’s culture and the incredible atmosphere in the World Cup stadium. It is something that everyone who was lucky enough to experience will never