Beom-soo Kim (Ansan Greeners), who rose to the top of the K-League 1 in the 7th division in the 2022 season, is taking a break스포츠토토. Although the league was lowered by one level, it was taken as a consolation.
Kim Beom-soo wore a Jeju United uniform in the middle of the 2022 season and instantly became the main character of Cinderella. After graduating from high school, he enlisted in the army as a regular soldier and almost took off his soccer shoes. However, he did not give up on his dream, and through the K5 League Dongducheon ONE Team and the K7 League TDC, he played an active part in the K4 League Seoul Jungnang Soccer Team to achieve his dream.
He scored his debut goal 3 games after his debut and was recognized for his potential. He received attention as ‘K-Jamie Body’ and became an icon of hope for many players dreaming of becoming a professional player. He scored 1 goal in 15 matches in K League 1 career.
Jeju’s competition for the starting pitcher was fierce enough to compete for the top spot in the K League 1, so the place to stand was not wide. In the end, he moved to K-League 2 Ansan and the league level was lowered. Kim Beom-soo chose Ansan to have more opportunities and hoped to prove his skills.
Kim Beom-soo had an interview at the 2023 K-League Winter Field Training Media Camp held at the KAL Hotel in Seogwipo on the afternoon of the 6th. He said, “I had regrets (remaining in Jeju). There is no big difference between 1 and 2. As much as I came down to K-League 2, I am preparing for the season with a desperate heart.”
Even if Ansan has a bigger power gap than Jeju, a pro is a pro. Ansan is not easy for Kim Beom-soo, who faced a high wall during his Jeju days. Kim Bum-soo said, “It is difficult to come up because the professional is a high wall. We have to do well and follow our luck.” When I see players who are determined to live and die here, they work hard together. I also try not to fall behind.” Ansan was also not easy.
Kim Beom-soo received a lot of attention as the Korean version of Jamie Vardy (Leicester City) for his performance in Jeju last season. Body also played in the lower league, but he made a big success in the 2015/2016 season, winning the English Premier League and boarding the England national team.
He said, “I was disappointed. My body is a premier leaguer and I am a K leaguer, so the difference is huge. My body is a consistently good player, but I am not. It feels good. He also wants to become the top scorer. He has pride.”
Kim Bum-soo does not want to miss the chance he barely got in the pro. Armed with earnestness, he is waiting for the next season. “It’s a fight with myself,” he said. It doesn’t matter who’s helping you to get here. Always be humble and try to have a can-do mindset. I am not satisfied here.”