Prospective players who have experienced German professional soccer are exploding their potential after returning to the Korean K-League. Incheon United Seong-hun Cheon and Ulsan Hyundai Hwang Jae-hwan are the main characters.
Ulsan Hwang Jae-hwan scored two goals against Daegu FC in the Hana 1 Q K League 1 2023 round 11 away match held at DGB Daegu Bank Park on the 5th, leading to a 3-0 victory.
Hwang Jae-hwan scored his opening goal and his K-League debut goal in the 11th minute of the first half. Hwang Jae-hwan, who received Martin Adam’s penetrating pass, rushed in and kicked the ball without being intimidated by Daegu goalkeeper Choi Young-eun’s forward defense. Hwang Jae-hwan, who scored the goal, roared as if he was having a grudge.
Hwang Jae-hwan scored his second goal in the 40th minute of the first half, with a 2-0 lead, with a powerful right-footed shot that was half a beat after breaking through the dribble inside the penalty box. Hwang Jae-hwan had a hat-trick opportunity when Eom Won-sang’s shot hit the post in the 45th minute of the first half, but swallowed regret as he could not touch the ball. Hwang Jae-hwan, a resource under the age of 22, was replaced at the start of the second half even after scoring two goals 먹튀검증.
Hwang Jae-hwan is a promising player who has experienced German soccer. Hwang Jae-hwan, who was born in 2001 and grew up in Hyundai Middle School and Hyundai High School, the youth teams of Ulsan Hyundai, was named first by Ulsan Hyundai, signed a professional contract, and was loaned to FC Cologne in Germany.
Hwang Jae-hwan, who is 172 cm tall and weighs 60 kg, can play all positions in the second line. He is also good at reckless breakthrough and play using teammates. Hwang Jae-hwan was selected for the U-14, U-17, U-18, and U-20 national teams and scored 16 points in 21 games for each age group.
Hwang Jae-hwan, who joined Cologne in January 2020, grew up in the Cologne under-19 team and the Cologne second division. Hwang Jae-hwan returned to Ulsan last year after scoring 5 points in 21 matches as a member of the Cologne 2nd division in the 2020-2021 season.
In Incheon, there is a rookie who has experienced the German stage.
Born in 2000, Incheon Chun Seong-hoon became a star by scoring two goals against Suwon FC on the 22nd of last month. On the 30th of the same month, Cheon Seong-hoon also showed off his goal-making skills by scoring a key goal against Pohang Steelers with a calm dribble and shot.
After graduating from Incheon U-18 Daegeon High School, Cheon Seong-hoon moved to FC Augsburg in the German Bundesliga in 2019 and challenged the European stage. Ahead of the 2021-2022 season, Cheon Seong-hoon, who had been renting at FC 08 Homburg, returned to FC Augsburg last year and returned to his home team Incheon earlier this year.
Chun Seong-hoon could not play against Suwon Samsung on the 5th due to a calf injury. Without Chun Seong-hun, Incheon lost 0-1 to Suwon. Chun Seong-hoon is already evaluated as a key resource in Incheon to the extent that his team’s offensive power suffers from a void due to his injury.
Attention is focusing on whether Hwang Jae-hwan and Cheon Seong-hoon, who have experienced the German stage, will show their potential in the K-League this year and continue to play an active role.