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The articles in the Korean newspapers, one day after the arrival of PSV in South Korea, cover mostly rumours on Young-Pyo Lee in particular. Guus Hiddink has reportedly expressed his concern about the fact that the defender is linked with foreign clubs. The Korea Times"Nothing is sure for this moment about Young-Pyo Lee", said Hiddink at the press conference yesterday afternoon on arrival at Incheon Airport, according to The Korea Times. "To decide when he should leave and where he should go is very important for him, and it is very important for us as well. He should think about which would be better: whether to play in the Champions League with a very good team, PSV, or to have another great chance with a different team." Hiddink added that Lee and Ji-Sung Park, who has moved to Manchester United, seem to be the only two Korean players that have succeeded in making an impact in Europe'Local newspaper'The Korea Herald seem to know more: 'Lee likely leaving PSV Eindhoven', is the headline in the paper. Local newspaper Eindhovens Dagblad is referred to as a source of information. The Herald also quotes manager Dong-kuk Kim who claims that, due to huge interest from English clubs, more news is likely to be available later this week.The South Korean newspapers did not pay much attention to PSV and 2005 Peace Cup yet, but things may change following the first friendly scheduled tonight.