|Saturday||10:00 AM||Kim Bo Kyung||Cardiff City||Fulham||None|
|Saturday||10:00 AM||Yun Suk Young||QPR||@Burnley||NBC Extra Time|
|Sunday||1:00 PM||Suk Hyun Jun||CD Nacional||Boavista||None|
|Winter Break||n/a||Hong Jeong Ho||Augsburg|
|Winter Break||n/a||Ji Dong Won||Dortmund|
|Asian Cup||n/a||Son Heung Min||Bayer Leverkusen|
|Asian Cup||n/a||Lee Chung Yong||Bolton|
|Asian Cup||n/a||Kim Jin Su||Hoffenheim|
|Asian Cup||n/a||Koo Ja Cheol||Mainz|
|Asian Cup||n/a||Park Joo Ho||Mainz|
|Asian Cup||n/a||Ki Sung Yueng||Swansea|
In terms of guys who actually played, Ki Sung Yueng put in another big contribution before heading off to captain the KNT in the Asian Cup. While Ki went in and out of the match influence-wise, he stepped up his play when needed the most, working the ball across the top of the box, before picking out Bony who would make his final Swansea goal a sweet one with a brilliant turn before placing in the net. Hopefully he comes back healthy and not too tired as Swansea will need players to step up with Bony gone.
Kim Bo Kyung made the bench. Could be an interesting window for Kimbo, Might Mackay come back for him (as he was rumored to have planned to if he had taken on Crystal Palace)? Or will Celtic come in? Or will Slade be forced to use Kimbo given the lackluster performances coming from his squad? I suspect bench or off the squad for now while Cardiff keeps him healthy as they gauge his value.
Yun is still out injured.
Suk played about 60 minutes as CD Nacional were blown out by four goals. Despite not scoring much, he keeps getting chances and I expect that to continue.
As an FYI, Augsburg has friendlies at 10:15 AM ET on 15th, and 9:30 AM on 25th. No idea if it will be on TV.