K-League 2 Busan I-Park will also join veteran midfielder Park Jong-woo (34) in the 2023 season. On the 21st, Busan I-Park officially announced that it had agreed to renew the contract with Park Jong-woo.
Park Jong-woo, who started his career as a professional player by joining Busan I-Park as the first pick in the 2010 draft, made a decisive contribution to helping Korean football win the first ever bronze medal at the 2012 London Olympics. He was also selected for the 2014 Brazil World Cup national team. 슬롯사이트
Park Jong-woo, who played for Busan I-Park until the 2013 season and transferred to Guangzhou Puri in 2014, returned to his home team in 2019 after gaining experience in overseas leagues at Al Jazeera and Emirates Club.
Afterwards, Park Jong-woo shared the joys and sorrows of the team’s promotion and relegation. In the 2022 season, he led the team by encouraging and supporting the players by taking on the role of captain even in difficult situations.
Park Jong-woo, who has played in 196 K-League games and recorded 10 goals and 25 assists, said, “The reason I am here again is because Busan is located deep in my heart.” Because of this, I was able to decide to renew the contract.”
He continued, “I was able to feel that I am loved a lot and that I clearly have a job to do in this team while looking at the messages sent by many fans.” I will try my best,” he promised.
Busan will conduct winter training in Chiang Mai, Thailand, until February 2nd. Afterwards, he returns to Busan and continues training at the clubhouse.