Busan recruits young rookies Lim Ki-mok, Won Tae-rang, and semi-professional Kim Min-seung

 Busan IPark recruited Lim Ki-mok and Won Tae-rang as new players and Kim Min-seung as a semi-professional player to strengthen the player base.

Lim Ki-mok was born in 2001 and is a goalkeeper from Hyeonpung High School and Yongin University. With a height of 188 cm, his strength is his outstanding ability to save.

He won the Best Goalkeeper Award for saving two times in the penalty shoot-out of the final match of the 2022 Gyeonggi Dream Soccer Tournament, and his talent was recognized enough to be selected for the Denso Cup Korea-Japan University Football regular season.

Lim Gi-mok said, “It is an honor to come to a good team called Busan I-Park. I will do my best to help the team by learning and growing a lot.”

Won Tae-rang is a left fullback born in 2002 and graduated from Seogwipo High School-Jeonju University. Based on his vigorous activity, his ability to actively participate in attacks is his strength.

In the group stage of the ’59th Spring Collegiate Football Federation’ held on February 13th, it is evaluated that his attacking ability is outstanding, such as scoring as a striker.

Won Tae-rang said, “I am happy to join Busan I-Park. He will learn a lot from the coach, coaches, and seniors and grow.”

Kim Min-seung, who signed a semi-professional contract, was born in 2005 and is a goalkeeper from Kaesong High School, a youth team in Busan. He has strength in build-up, which is an essential skill for goalkeepers in modern football, and has excellent ball distribution.

Kim Min-seung left his impressions, saying, “As a member of the Busan youth team, I feel a sense of pride and responsibility and will show a good image.” 스포츠토토

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