K League 1 champion Ulsan signs five rookies, including defender Hong Jae-seok

Ulsan Hyundai, the professional soccer K League 1 champion, announced on the 4th that it had signed five new players, including defender Hong Jae-seok, who was a representative of each age group.Hong Jae-seok, a former member of the U-19 national team who signed a five-year contract with Ulsan, entered Jeonju University as a striker in 2022, but changed his position to a central defender and improved his skills by joining the Ulsan Citizen Soccer Team of the K3 League last year.Hong Jae-seok, who has both air superiority and speed, began his professional career by signing a long-term contract with Ulsan, while being evaluated as having build-up ability.

Players from Hyundai High School, Ulsan’s U-18 team, also joined. Choi Seok-hyun, who played as a central defender in last year’s FIFA U-20 World Cup, midfielder Choi Kang-min, who was named to the U-17 national team and U-23 national team, and midfielder Kim Dong-wook, who played at Dankook University after graduating from Hyundai High School, signed with Ulsan. did.Choi Seok-hyun and Kim Dong-wook moved on loan to Cheongju, North Chungcheong Province and Jeonnam Dragons (K League 2), respectively, upon joining the team.In addition, midfielder Park Sang-jun, who graduated from Ulsan University and played in the 22nd Denso Cup between Korea and Japan last year, also wore the Ulsan uniform.The Ulsan team will be convened at 토토사이트 Incheon Airport on the 12th and leave for Ishigaki, Japan, the first training camp.

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