“I want to be someone’s dream” Cho Hyun-woo, another story came out when asked about a story

Cho Hyun-woo (32), who guards the goal of Ulsan Hyundai and the Korean national team, is giving unforgettable memories to the growing buds.

Ulsan defeated Incheon United 1-0 in the Hana One Q K League 1 2023 Round 9 away match held at the Incheon Soccer Stadium on the 25th. Ulsan (22 points), who accumulated a win in two games, kept the first place. In addition, the undefeated streak of 13 matches against Incheon (8 wins, 5 draws) continued.

Physical fitness was important as it was held after two days of rest. In particular, Ulsan, which had recently lost a lot, required concentration on defense. Before the game, coach Hong Myung-bo said, “To become a good and strong team, we have to overcome this schedule,” and “emphasized concentration.”

As coach Hong said, it was only one goal that decided the game. Martin Adam’s opening goal in the ninth minute of the first half became the winning goal. In the second half, goalkeeper Jo Hyun-woo played a decisive role. In the 18th minute of the second half, Oh Ban-seok’s header was blocked by a body blow to protect the victory. It was the first time in 5 matches that we had a scoreless game by brushing off 4 runs in the last 2 matches.

After the game, Cho Hyun-woo said, “I am satisfied that the team has won,” although he said, “It is a record that I always want to do without a goal.” “As the next game is held at home, I will repay the fans with a victory,” he said.

Recently, Jo Hyun-woo’s beautiful story became known in the Internet community and became a hot topic. He talked to Escort Kids at the East Coast Derby against Pohang Steelers on the 22nd. Cho Hyun-woo encouraged a child who said, “Being a soccer player is a dream,” saying, “Now this stadium is where you will play.” It was a moment that became an opportunity for children to develop unforgettable memories and dreams.

Cho Hyun-woo said that the anecdote was true and replied, “I wanted to become someone’s dream.” He recalled, “I said that because I believe that he will surely become a better player than me and represent the country, and he will become someone’s dream.”토토사이트

Even in the game against Incheon, which was played away, the story continued. Cho Hyun-woo said, “I also talked with a friend who entered holding hands today,” and said, “The position is goalkeeper, but he said he injured his finger.” He said, “I promised to give a goalkeeper glove as a gift to a friend who entered with me after the game, and after the game, I gave the glove and took a picture.”

Jo Hyeon-woo also grew up dreaming by looking at someone. It was Kim Byung-ji (53), CEO of Gangwon FC. Cho Hyun-woo recalled, “I started playing soccer by watching Kim Byeong-ji,” and “I still vividly remember watching his father and the 1998 World Cup match against Mexico in France.”

Cho Hyeon-woo said, “I’m sure those friends will remember the day they talked with me for the rest of their lives.”

Lastly, Jo Hyun-woo said, “When I look at my young friends, I think they are the future of the Korean national team.”

Article provided by E-Daily

Yunsoo Heo (yunsport@edaily.co.kr)