‘Golden Home’ Park Hang-seo returns home with free business class… belief statement

Coach Park Hang-seo (66), who finished accompanying the Vietnamese soccer team, returned home via Incheon International Airport on the afternoon of the 14th. He met with reporters and said, “I have no intention of acting as a director in Korea or Vietnam,” but “If an offer comes from another country, I will (accept) it depending on which country and what position it is.”

Director Park plans to leave for Vietnam again 메이저놀이터after finishing filming in Korea. Director Park said, “There is nothing set in the future. The country to stay and the period of stay will be determined according to the position to be held in the future and the importance.” He will be able to travel between Korea and Vietnam free of charge for the rest of his life. This is because Vietnam Airlines, the national airline of Vietnam, gave Park and his wife a lifetime ticket for business class on flights between Korea and Vietnam.

Director Park said this was the first time he used the ticket. He said, “When I received it, I thought it was a one-year ticket, but later the manager said it was for life. (Continued) I think it means to have a link with Vietnam. When the time comes, I plan to stop by often.”

He also said, “I think it is desirable to maintain any relationship with Vietnam. It is not easy for Koreans to take the initiative in Vietnam, but we are trying to establish a connection with youth soccer.”

In September 2017, coach Park took the helm of the Vietnamese national team and led the Jakarta-Palembang Asian Games semifinals, winning the Southeast Asian Championship, and advancing to the final World Cup qualifiers in Qatar. After finishing runner-up in the 2022 Southeast Asian Championships (Mitsubishi Cup) last month, the journey of about five and a half years was completed.

On the other hand, coach Park continued to speak on his convictions regarding the appointment of the Korean national team coach that day. He added the premise of “my conviction” and said, “I think it is right for the countryman to do the technical committee (national team power reinforcement committee). I don’t have the authority to appoint personnel, so I can’t do this and that, but I don’t think it’s desirable in relation to the technical committee right now.”

After the Qatar World Cup, Lee Yong-soo, head of the power reinforcement committee, stepped down and Michael Müller from Germany was appointed as the new head of power reinforcement. The association is currently seeking a head coach for the men’s national team.

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