Professional soccer Busan I-Park recruited rookies Lim Gi-mok and Won Tae-rang, and semi-professional Kim Min-seung to strengthen their player base.
Lim Ki-mok was born in 2001 and is a goalkeeper who went through Hyeonpung High School and Yongin University. He is 188cm tall and has outstanding ability to save. He won the best goalkeeper award by saving twice in the penalty shoot-out of the final match of the Gyeonggi-do Dream Soccer Tournament last year, and participated as a representative of the Denso Cup Korea-Japan university football regular season.
Won Tae-rang, born in 2002, is a left-handed fullback from Seogwipo High School and Jeon High School. His vigorous activity and ability to participate in attacks are good. He participated as a striker in the group stage of the 59th Spring University Football Federation match held in February and scored a goal, and his offensive power is also evaluated to be excellent. 먹튀검증
Kim Min-seung, born in 2005 and signed as a semi-professional, is a goalkeeper from Kaesong High School, a youth team in Busan. He excels at building up and distributing the ball, which are essential skills for goalkeepers in modern football.
Lim Ki-mok said, “It is an honor to come to a good team called Busan I-Park. I will learn a lot and grow and do my best to help the team.”
Won Tae-rang also said, “I am happy to join Busan. I will learn a lot from the coach, coaches, and seniors and grow,” and Kim Min-seung also expressed his determination, saying, “I feel proud and responsible as a member of the Busan youth team, and I will show a good image.”
Busan I-Park recruited 22 players during the transfer market this winter to reinforce their strength. 14 of them are rookies, so they are focusing on fostering a young and strong team.