Late sergeant Kwon Chang-hoon (Sangmu Kim Cheon) reported his first goal after enlisting.
Gimcheon won 4-1 with a goal feast in the 7th round of Hana 1 Q K League 2 2023 against Bucheon FC held at Gimcheon Sports Complex at 4:00 pm on the 15th. Recently, they formed the lead with 2 consecutive wins and 12 points.
National team midfielder Kwon Chang-hoon finally exploded. Enlisting for national defense duty on December 27, 2021, he finished his last season scoreless. I tasted the goal after 7 rounds this season. After scoring, he ran to the bench and shared the joy with the coaching staff and teammates.
Kwon Chang-hoon, who we met after the game, said, “It was an important game. I am happy to have my first win at home. Thank you to my colleagues who did their best until the end. There are still games to come, and I will continue the winning streak.”
He shook the net by linking Lee Young-jae’s corner kick, his motive for enlistment, with a direct shot. The joy was doubled. He said, “I really liked the ball that Youngjae lifted. It was a scene where the sign was changed momentarily. It’s not that I put it in because I was good at it. My teammates made space for me in the penalty box.”
Kwon Chang-hoon was once the best player in the K-League, and proved his competitiveness on the overseas stage as well. He is a Shinhwa member of last year’s World Cup away round of 16 in Qatar. Despite his military status, his national team title always follows him. That’s why expectations are bound to be high. After his enlistment, he worked hard to overcome the sluggish performance and scoreless controversies. 먹튀검증
Kwon Chang-hoon said, “No one put pressure on me. If you are a player, of course you have to score an attack point or score to be recognized. I think I was lacking in this respect,” he said. “I tried a lot to score a goal, but no luck followed. Rather than obsessing over goals, the first thing I wanted to do was to play soccer as well as I could. Then I believed that the opportunity would come naturally. It’s a bit late, but the team needs to do well first.”
Kim Cheon was in the K League 1 last season, and now he is in the K League 2. The headmaster has also changed. There were ups and downs in the beginning, but now it is slowly regaining its first class appearance.
When asked what has changed, Kwon Chang-hoon said, “As a team, you can think that almost everything has changed. The current players are good. All of them are recognized players in their team. Although the personal inclinations have changed slightly, they are similar in ability,” he said. “I look forward to every game. I think performance is always good. There are many players who can score goals in important moments. I will do my best to help the team in the future.”