Defender Jo Yoo-min (27, Daejeon Hana Citizen), who achieved “high speed” from being selected to the first adult national team last year to participating in the World Cup, said that he also has a dream of going abroad. He promised to improve further in the national team.

Cho Yoo-min attended a press conference for the 2023 K-League Winter Field Training Media Camp held at the Samsung Hotel in Geoje, Gyeongsangnam-do on the 13th and said, “I have greed” when asked about going abroad. It makes sense to aim for it,” he said.

Wearing a Daejeon uniform from last year’s K-League 2, Cho Yoo-min led the team’s promotion as the core and captain of the team’s defense, taking a spot in the league’s best 11, and was also nominated for the season’s best player (MVP).

Thanks to his performance in his team, he got on the A team for the first time last summer and went on a winning streak to the Qatar World Cup finals.

“Thankfully, I achieved all the goals and plans I set up at the beginning of last year, big and small,” said Jo Yu-min with a smile, hinting, “That’s not all, I have a bigger goal, motivation, and perspective.” 메이저놀이터

He said, “I can’t tell you all my personal goals and plans, but this year, Daejeon’s K-League 1 stay is the first, and the goal is to develop competitiveness so that I can continue to enter the national team.”

At the same time, he carefully revealed his desire to show off his skills by entering a foreign league in the future.

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