‘Romanticist of the era’ Park Jong-woo, feeling of contract renewal like a loyal man… “Busan, a seat too deep in my heart”
Park Jong-woo’s hometown is Seongnam, Gyeonggi-do, but he is loyal enough to be seen as a man from Busan to those who don’t know him. He recently signed a new contract with Busan I-Park, revealing his extraordinary affection for Busan.
Park Jong-woo, who will accompany Busan for the new season, said, “The reason I am here again is because Busan is so deeply in my heart. A lot of fans sent me a lot of messages, and looking at them, it was a time where I could feel, “I am receiving a lot of love, I need to work harder, I definitely have work to do in this team.” conveyed his impressions.
He continued, “I will do my best in my position in the 2023 season, and as a senior player who knows the traditions of Busan, I will work hard and think about it so that 2023 can be a year in which I can play appropriately and set an example.” He expressed his determination ahead of the season.
To Park Jong-woo, Busan is a club with a special affection. It’s not a career one club, but it’s because it’s the team that made the current Park Jong-woo. Park Jong-woo joined Busan with the first pick in the 2010 draft and began his professional career. Based on his performance in Busan, he was selected for the 2012 London Olympic team. As the engine of protection Hong Myung, he contributed a lot to winning the bronze medal. 토토사이트
He also became the national team for the dream stage of the World Cup. He was also selected for the national team for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. Park Jong-woo, who played an active role in Busan until the 2013 season, moved to Guangzhou Puri in 2014 and gained experience in overseas leagues at Al Jazeera and Emirates Club.
Returning to Busan in 2019, he shared the joys and sorrows of the team’s promotion and relegation. In the 2022 season, the team led the team by playing the role of a captain who encouraged and supported the players even in difficult situations.
‘Veteran’ Park Jong-woo, who participated in 196 K-League games and recorded 10 goals and 25 assists, is a player who plays an important role in leading the flow of the game, showing accurate and strong kicking power.
It is expected that he will serve as a bridge to hold the center of the team based on his rich experience.
Meanwhile, Busan will start winter training in Chiang Mai, Thailand, until February 2nd (Thursday). Afterwards, he returns to Busan and continues training at the clubhouse.