“I have confidence, but I always promise myself that I will never be conceited.”
Cho Kyu-seong decorated the pictorial for the February issue of Singles with The Body Shop.
‘Singles’, a fun lifestyle magazine for confident singles, has released a visual pictorial of Cho Kyu-sung, a professional footballer Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors striker and one of the main players in the round of 16 of the 2022 Qatar World Cup.
In this pictorial with The Body Shop, Cho Kyu-seong showed off a warm look instead of a wild look on the ground. It is said that the on-site staff couldn’t take their eyes off of him, who was completely different from the soccer field
Efforts that made him the current glory 메이저놀이터
Cho Kyu-seong played a big role in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. To the question about the secret, he replied, “I talked a lot with other players to keep breathing, and I tried to keep the request as much as possible.” Cho Kyu-seong, who must have put in a lot of effort to achieve this, was humble. “I think my current achievement is due to a little more luck among the many players who sweated similarly to me.”
He then said that he would continue to work hard to believe in and love himself. It is a necessary virtue to be an altruistic person, of course, for oneself.
Upright and firm heart
Cho Gyu-seong said that his family was always with him during important moments such as training and games. He said, “He learned to see and accept others as they are. Parents are always kind to everyone, not just their family. I think I learned it naturally as I grew up watching it.” In addition, when he achieves something, he says, “Since he is a human being, he naturally feels satisfied at times and enjoys that feeling. However, it is valid only on the day. The next day, I completely shake it off so that it doesn’t last,” he said.
Meanwhile, ‘Cho Kyu-Sung Special Edition’ with The Body Shop and Cho Kyu-Sung will be sold from the 20th (today), and all proceeds will be donated to the youth soccer player development fund. In addition, The Body Shop is launching a signature campaign calling for a bill to include ‘environmental’ as a mandatory subject in middle and high schools nationwide by May 2024.