When South Korea and Japan jointly hosted the 2002 World Cup, the unity and strength of Korea’s so-called ‘Red Devil’ street cheering impressed the entire world. Now, Korean-style street cheering has ascended to the international level, evident in 1st year’s World Cup games in Germany. Korean cheers have also have become globalized.
One of the most important things for holding the event is that the safe of attendants at the event and the public. A highly sophisticated expertise and systematic and integrated management of security operation are essential for a special object of security guarding.
The purpose of this study is to suggest the lessons of event guarding through the case of street cheering in Daegu Metropolitan Govern- ment.
This study is split into four chapters. Chapter Ⅰ is the introduction part. Chapter Ⅱ introduces the reader to a street cheering and event guarding theory, and Chapter Ⅲ deals with the case study of the street cheering event guarding in Daegu Metropolitan Government, Chapter Ⅳ deals with the policy implications of the street cheering event guarding case study.