A welcome ‘K-Diss’, Nam Ki-il vs Yoon Bit-garam… It’s hot right before the opening!

A fresh ‘diss’ was held in the K-League.

Yoon Bitgaram (32, Suwon FC) wore the Jeju United uniform last season. It was the 4th transfer to Jeju, including the previous lease and joining after being discharged from the military. Yoon Bit-garam was expected to build the best midfielder in the league along with Choi Young-jun and Lee Chang-min (above Jeju). However, he was unable to play due to an injury at the beginning of the season. In addition, rumors of a feud with Jeju coach Ki-il Nam were also reported.

In the summer, Seongnam’s Mulrich (Suwon Samsung) and Park Soo-il (FC Seoul) seemed to be traded, but it was canceled as Yoon Bit-garam refused. In the end, Yun Bit-garam moved to Suwon FC in a trade with Lee Gi-hyeok ahead of this season. His record in Jeju was only 3 goals and 2 assists in 16 appearances.

Director Nam Gi-il recently expressed his regret for Yoon Bit-garam. At the K-League winter field training media camp held in Jeju메이저놀이터 on the 7th, Nam said, “Last season, I couldn’t communicate much with Yoon Bit-garam. He studied a lot while directing. He was sorry that he couldn’t make it to the game. It is possible to replace the position where Yoon Bitgaram is missing.”

After watching director Nam’s interview, Bitgaram Yoon expressed his candid feelings the next day. Bitgaram Yoon said, “There is a story that she ran out of her clubhouse without training, but it is not true. She couldn’t do it because she didn’t train her. The director said he was sorry, but she wonders why he couldn’t do that back then. I am not without fault, but last season was very difficult,” she said with determination.

It is a war of words that is not easily seen in the K-League. Coach Jeon expressed his apologies and at the same time expressed his opinion that there was no problem with the vacancy, and the player honestly expressed his thoughts and feelings. Moreover, at the official press conference held before the season, a war of nerves unfolded and became a hot topic.

The reason why director Nam and Bitgaram Yoon’s ‘K-Dissensus’ is nice is because they created a new story.

Jeonbuk Hyundai and Ulsan Hyundai’s ‘Hyundai Derby’ has received more attention this season. Amano Jun, who played for Ulsan until last season, moved to Jeonbuk, and Ulsan manager Hong Myung-bo criticized Amano as “the worst Japanese player I have ever seen.” In response, Amano expressed his position that there was no problem with his contract. The uncomfortable relationship between manager Hong and Amano was the hottest topic in the Stove League.

Now, director Nam and Bitgaram Yoon took over the baton. With this interview, the confrontation between Jeju and Suwon FC this season has become the ‘Bitgaram Yun Derby’. As a joke of fate, the two teams will face off in the opening game at Jeju World Cup Stadium at 2:00 pm on the 26th. It is a situation where the league can be heated from the first game.

An official from the K-League said, “This war of nerves unfolding while properly keeping the line can be another fun factor. The K-League still needs a lot of stories. In overseas leagues, a war of words between a manager and a player, a manager and a manager, or a player and a player is a hot topic. It can happen in the K-League,” he said.

It’s not that you have to ‘diss’ unconditionally for the sake of the story. Sometimes, it means that an honest and direct interview can create another kind of fun. I’m already looking forward to ‘Yun Bitgaram Derby’.

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