Busan I’Park announced on the 28th that it had hired midfielder Lim Min-hyeok, born in 1997, who played for FC Seoul, Gwangju FC, and Gyeongnam FC, on loan from FC Seoul.
According to Busan, Lim Min-hyeok, who is in his 8th year of professional debut this year, has a stocky physique, agile and excellent foot skills. He also evaluates Busan as a player with a sharp pass and excellent free kick ability, as well as instant situational judgment and quick, unnecessarily concise passing, which are essential elements for an attacking midfielder.
Lim Min-hyeok, who graduated from Suwon Technical High School and joined Seoul in 2016, was praised as a ‘daring rookie’ for his unique and bold play. In 2017, he was selected for Shin Tae-yong, the FIFA U-20 World Cup team, and stood out early, scoring goals on the final stage.
In 2018, he moved to Gwangju and was consistently used by coach Park Jin-seop, who was the manager at the time, and scored 5 goals and 5 assists in 62 appearances for 3 years. As there was a memory of the promotion with coach Park Jin-seop, it is expected that he will reunite in Busan and demonstrate his offensive ability without regret.메이저사이트
As a result, Busan formed a strong midfield line with Lim Min-hyeok added to the existing resources such as Jeong Won-jin, Kwon Hyuk-gyu, Park Jong-woo, Kim Sang-jun, Pesin, and Lamas.
Im Min-hyuk said, “I joined the team late, but I will adapt quickly and help the team.” He expressed his aspirations, saying, “I really want to be promoted this year by making good use of the experience of being promoted with the coach.”
Meanwhile, Busan, which recruited Lim Min-hyeok to reinforce the midfield, welcomes the 2023 season starting with an away game against Cheonan City FC on March 1st. /firstname.lastname@example.org