Jeonbuk Hyundai fullback hopeful Park Chang-woo revealed his aspirations.

Jeonbuk Hyundai lost 1-2 in the 9th round of Hana One Q K League 1 2023 against Daejeon Hana Citizen at 7:30 pm on the 26th at Jeonju World Cup Stadium.

Park Chang-woo played as a right-sided defensive resource that day. Following the 8th round match against Jeju United, it is the starter for 2 consecutive matches.

In an interview with reporters after the game, Park Chang-woo said, “I am just happy to have taken the opportunity. It is a great opportunity to work with great players. I am trying to do my best,” he said.

Park Chang-woo, who graduated from U-18 Youngsaeng High School in Jeonbuk, made his K-League debut in the 8th round match against Jeju. His first line wasn’t bad. He took his eye stamp properly with his reckless and energetic appearance.

Jeonbuk’s main player, Kim Moon-hwan, was out of the team due to injury, but Park Chang-woo planted hope that he could become a sufficient replacement resource.

Park Chang-woo said, “I was so happy to win as well as play in the match against Jeju. He also had many regrets. He looked back on his K-League debut, saying, “I want to give 70 points.

“My goal this year was to debut as a professional. tried to achieve I didn’t know it would happen so quickly. It seems to have been a great experience.” 토토사이트

Jeonbuk is not in a good mood this season due to sluggish performance, such as not receiving support from home fans in the home room.

Regarding this, “The hyungs are doing their best. Since I am the youngest, I am trying to run more on the ground.”

Park Chang-woo, along with Jeonbuk, caught the attention of manager Kim Eun-jung and is attracting attention as a promising player in the U-20 national team.

I drew a dream, but “My first goal is to consistently compete in Jeonbuk. If I do these things well, the day will come when I can represent Korea and I want to show a good image. I will show a sacrificing figure,” he said.

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