‘ATM love call talent → promotion contractor’… Technician FW Kim Jeong-hwan is going to Busan

Kim Jung-hwan (26), a talent that Spain’s prestigious Atlético Madrid paid attention to, is moving to Busan.

Multiple transfer market officials said, “Kim Jung-hwan will leave Seoul E-Land and move to Busan I-Park.”

Kim Jeong-hwan, born in 1997, joined FC Seoul in 2016 after going through Dogok Elementary School, Baekam Middle School, and Shingal High School. He received a lot of attention as a winger with dribbling skills and technique during his time in Shingalgo, and was recognized for his contribution to defense as well as offense.

In particular, during his time at Shingalgo, Kim Jung-hwan received attention from Atlético Madrid, the prestigious Spanish La Liga club. He was specifically offered, but he chose the challenge in Korea and wore the Seoul uniform.

However, in Seoul, he played only one game in the K-League 1 in the 2016 season, his debut season, and was mainly active in the R-League. In the 2017 season, he failed to step on the K-League 1 stage and saw an opportunity by playing an active role in the R-League with 5 goals and 4 assists in 18 matches.

Kim Jung-hwan left Seoul in 2018 and moved to Gwangju, which was in the K-League 2 at the time, and tried again. On the stage of the second division, he got an opportunity right away and became a member of the promotion with the victory in the 2019 season, recording 45 games, 8 goals and 4 assists in Gwangju over two seasons.

Kim Jung-hwan, who recorded 2 goals and 2 assists in 11 games on the K-League 1 stage in the 2020 season, became a free agent and signed a contract with Seoul E-Land the following year.

Kim Jung-hwan has so far recorded 9 goals and 5 assists in 68 K-League 2 games for two and a half seasons at E-Land. However, this season when coach Park Chung-gyun took over, he played 12 games and failed to record an offensive point.

Kim Jung-hwan was also a member of the U-19 national team led by Ahn Ik-soo. He rose to the national team by age due to his performance in Shingalgo, and drew attention by participating in the 2016 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) U-19 Championship. However, he was unfortunately unable to participate in the 2017 FIFA U-20 World Cup finals held in Korea.

It was the U-23 national team led by coach Kim Hak-beom that Kim Jung-hwan got another chance. He was selected to qualify for the 2020 AFC U-23 Championship and played against Cambodia. However, he was unable to participate in the final stage held in Thailand.온라인바카라

Meanwhile, Busan, where Kim Jeong-hwan will join, is currently in third place in the K-League 2 (9 wins, 7 draws, 3 losses, 34 points), and is competing for the championship with Gyeongnam and Kim Cheon Sangmu. Busan, where manager Park Jin-seop is in charge of the first full season, is aiming for promotion after three years after being relegated to the bottom in the 2020 season.

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