Joo Min-kyu, a striker who was selected as the best 11 in the K-League 1 (Part 1) for two consecutive years, recently transferred to Ulsan Hyundai. Joo Min-gyu, who took on a new challenge, shared his feelings.

Joo Min-gyu said, “I have already tasted the glory and growth as an individual. Of course, as always, the glory and record as a team is the ultimate goal of this season. I will do my best for Ulsan’s victory and 2 consecutive championships.”

Ulsan has Martin Adam, who vomited nine points in 14 league games last season, and Joo Min-gyu, who recorded the league’s highest score of 17 points, and possessed firearms that were ignored by the attacking team.

Joo Min-gyu has already shown a good performance in Ulsan in the 2019 season. At that time, most of Joo Min-gyu’s goals were equalizers and winning goals that gave the team victory points, leaving a good impression on the team and fans for a short period of time. Many fans were fascinated by the high concentration of making chances into goals and the way he scored goals without covering his head, feet, and body in the box.

Joo Min-gyu started his soccer career as a central midfielder, unlike today’s flashy striker. He debuted as a defensive midfielder in his first professional team, Goyang Hi FC, but after moving to the next team, Seoul E-Land, he played the ground as a striker. Afterwards, he scored 37 points in 72 league games at E-Land and 21 points in 45 games at Sangju Sangmu, establishing himself as the team’s main scorer. In particular, in the 2017 season K-League Classic (now K-League 1), he scored seven consecutive goals. 메이저놀이터

Joo Min-gyu, who proved his worth, transferred to Jeju United in the 2020 season, scored 47 points in 89 league games over three seasons, and won the league’s highest score and league best 11 for two consecutive seasons (2021, 2022), once again being the best striker in the league. widely publicized Above all, as a native striker in the 2021 season, he won the league’s top scorer in five years and established a more meaningful record.

Now, he is a veteran who is looking to play 300 league games, but he is producing the most goals with more active and active movements than any other player in the box. Above all, Ju Min-gyu’s midfield position experience is expected to maximize Ulsan’s ‘pass soccer’ by moving organically with excellent midfield resources.