Chan Sung Jung wants to fight in his native South Korea next and revealed UFC president Dana White has promised to bring a show over there soon.

“The Korean Zombie” erased the heartache of his devastating knockout defeat to Yair Rodriguez with a quick TKO win over Renato Moicano in the main event of UFC Greenville last night. With Moicano ranked No. 5 leading up to the event, Jung could potentially climb up the featherweight rankings and enter the title mix.

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However, speaking on the UFC Greenville ESPN post-fight show, Jung revealed he “doesn’t care” who his next opponent is. His priority, instead, seems to be fighting in South Korea. In an Instagram post later on, Jung posted a screenshot of himself and White facetiming each other, and was given good news on that front:

“HE HAS PROMISED 100% TO BRING UFC TO KOREA! #UFCKorea2019 #DanaWhite@danawhite,” Jung wrote on Instagram.

The UFC has only had one show in South Korea, and that was back in November 2015 in a Seoul event headlined by Benson Henderson vs. Jorge Masvidal. Jung, at the time, could not take part as he was doing mandatory military service.

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However, with Jung now available and raring to go, a future event looks likely and will ideally be headlined by the biggest star the nation has produced in combat sports in him.

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