Incheon, South Korea – In baseball-mad South Korea, teams of professional cheerleaders pumping up players and fans with elaborate K-pop routines are as integral to the games as beer and fried chicken.
Imported by American missionaries more than 100 years ago, baseball is South Korea's most cherished spectator sport — even beating out soccer.
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