Hanwha Life Eagles Park, KBO, Korea (left) 
Sun-shaped LED Sign Powered by Solar Panels at SF Giant’s AT&T Park, MLB, United States (right)
A fever grips sports fans across Korea every April, the time of the year when the KBO, Korea's professional baseball league, starts its new season. Ten teams vie fiercely for the championship each year in the KBO, and no fans are perhaps more enthusiastic than the followers of the "Hanwha Eagles," Hanwha Group's professional baseball team.

The Hanwha Eagles is one of Korea's premier baseball teams, winning its first Korea Series championship in 1999 and making it to the final series five times since then. Will the Hanwha Eagles be able to repeat their 1999 championship season this year? Die-hard Hanwha fans are waiting eagerly for their team to take to the field.

Another set of fever from the US hasn’t lost its grip on sports fans as much as Korea did, since the Major League Baseball started its season. Especially, San Francisco Giants is one of the most prestigious baseball teams and Hanwha group has been the official solar partner of the team since 2012. The Giants are committed to promoting sustainability and clean energy for the local community with Hanwha's sponsorship, alongside their environmental initiative campaign 'I SUN SF' which has contributed to Giants' winning the World Series Championship for twice back in 2012 and 2014. The Giants are also recognized as the most environmentally conscious team in the MLB, having won the Green Glove award 5 years in a row.

As Korea and the US get ready for baseball fever, what are some of the most popular sports in your country? What are your personal favorite sports? Do you have any tips you can share to make a day at the stadium, field or pitch extra special and fun?

1. What is your favorite sports to play?

2. What is the most popular professional sports game in your country?

3. What is your favorite type of watching sports?

Watching sports matches together with finger-licking fried chicken and refreshing beers is all the rage in Korea. What about in your country? Is there a snack that especially increases your fun of watching sports?

4. What is a snack that further increases the fun of watching sports?