Jeju United, a professional soccer K-League 1 that starts the 2024 season under head coach Kim Hak-beom, announced on the 14th that it has recruited Kim Tae-hwan, a “multi-player” who can play defense, midfielders and strikers all.
Kim Tae-hwan signed a semi-professional contract in 2018 when he was captain of Suwon Samsung youth team Matango, and made his K-League debut the following year and played 109 games in Suwon alone until last season.
Kim Tae-hwan, who went through the national teams of all ages and was also called up for the domestic winter training of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics team led by head coach Kim Hak-beom, reunited with head coach Kim in Jeju.
Kim Tae-hwan also participated in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Under-23 (U-23) Asian Cup in Uzbekistan in June 2022.
Jeju said, “Kim Tae-hwan is an all-weather multiplayer who can play not only the main position, right flanker, central midfielder, and front-line striker,” adding, “With the joining of Kim Tae-hwan, who boasts a wide range of activities, the range of tactical operations is expected to expand.”
“I left Suwon and started a new challenge in Jeju. I’m looking forward to meeting with head coach Kim Hak-beom,” Kim said. “I want to become a player who develops further through competition in good faith and to energize the team.” 안전 토토사이트