Busan IPark has renewed contracts with goalkeeper Koo Sang-min, defenders Park Ho-young and Han Hee-hoon, and midfielder Seong Ho-young.
Goalkeeper Koo Sang-min is a player whose strengths are kicking power and unique agility. In 2014, he joined the Ulsan Hyundai Mipo Chosun Football Team in the National League, and he played an active role as a main player from his first season.
In 2015, he contributed to Hyundai Mipo Dockyard’s victory and won the National League Best Player Award and Best 11 for two consecutive years. He moved to Busan in the 2016 season and established himself as a reliable gatekeeper who guards the team’s goal.
Koo Sang-min said, “I am happy to be able to work with Busan I-Park once again. I will do my best to be promoted this year.”
Defender Park Ho-young was born at Busan U-18 Youth Gaeseong High School, and went straight to pro upon graduating from high school in 2018. He is 194cm tall and has a header and stable ball keeping, and is a central defender with excellent footwork skills. In the 2021 season, he played an active role as the team’s main player, but due to an injury in the 2022 season, he left a regret that he could not play. Park Ho-young’s performance in the 2023 season, which came back after overcoming the injury as best he could, is expected.
Park Ho-young said, “Last year, I couldn’t play many games and I couldn’t help the team, but I’m grateful for giving me another chance in Busan. This year, I will prepare well and try to become a player who helps the team.” .
Defender Han Hee-hoon, who joined Busan through the summer transfer market, played for Bucheon FC 1995, Daegu FC, and Gwangju FC through the J-League. In particular, in Daegu, he served as captain and was loved by many fans, and performed outstandingly, such as contributing to lifting the FA Cup championship. He is a player who boasts a calm and stable defense and the ability to control the ball in the air, and is also an atmosphere maker who inspires fighting with his unique affinity. 온라인바카라
Han Hee-hoon said, “I will sacrifice and help at any position on or off the field so that Busan can become a stronger and more resilient team. In 2023, I will do my best to make fans smile a lot.”
Midfielder Sung Ho-young, who went through Busan U-18 Kaesong High School, joined Busan in the 2020 season. Seong Ho-young, who is impressive for his quick attack development and play using excellent technique, left a deep impression on Busan fans by scoring a goal in the last home game of the 2022 season. As his years go by, the number of his business trips increases and he is showing his true value.
Seong Ho-young promised, “I got a chance to play in the second half of last year, but I didn’t seem to be able to show a lot of good performances. I will try to show a better performance this year.”
Busan, which continues to accompany Koo Sang-min, Park Ho-young, Han Hee-hoon, and Seong Ho-young, is pouring sweat in Chiang Mai, Thailand, a winter training ground to show stronger teamwork and good performance in the 2023 season.