English Premier League club Bolton Wanderers reached the final of the church-backed Peace Cup in South Korea on Saturday only to be beaten by French club Lyon. However manager Sammy Lee was pleased with his preparations during the 14 day trip to East Asia. "It has been a gruelling trip but the lads have coped well during the heat and humidity. The Koreans were most hospital able throughout our stay. It was a well organised competition featuring some best teams in the world and nit was a great honour to be part of the Peace Cup ... The Koreans love their football and they have shown a great affinity to Bolton Wanderers and the Premier league. This is an area we would love to tap into and we are looking at ways of increasing our awareness going forward in this part of the world," he told the club's website.