National goalkeeper ‘Song Bum-geun’…Leave K-League Jeonbuk and transfer to ‘Japan Shonan’

Goalkeeper Song Beom-geun (25) of the Korean national soccer team transferred to the Japanese J-League.

On the 18th (Korean time), Shonan Bellmare, a Japanese professional soccer team, announced on its official website that it had “completely recruited goalkeeper Song Bum-keun from Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors in the K-League.”

Song Bum-geun has been active as a goalkeeper representing K-G. He also attended the 2022 World Cup in Qatar as a member of the Korean national soccer team. He has a record of playing in 1 A match. He also contributed to the gold medal at the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Asian Games and the quarterfinals at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. 토토사이트

Wearing a new Shonan uniform, Song Bum-keun said, “I am very happy and honored to move to Shonan, which has a long tradition and history.” I will do my best,” he said.

Shonan, which was promoted to the first division of the J-League in 2018, ranked 12th out of 18 teams in the 2022 season. It is famous as the club where Japanese legend Hidetoshi Nakata first started his professional life.