The A-League season is over, and the K League is back in action.온라인바카라
After a short-term loan spell with FC Seoul, Hwang Ui-jo is set to return to Europe after the Super Match against Suwon Samsung.
For Jeonbuk and Gangwon, it will be the debut of their new managers, and reporter Kim Dong-min summarizes the key points to watch for Round 19.
Hwang Eui-jo, who came on as a substitute in an exhibition match against El Salvador and showed his old goal-scoring touch.
His loan contract with Seoul ends in June, so the Super Match against Suwon Samsung will be his last game in the K League.
Hwang says he will return to his club and try again in Europe.
[Hwang Ui-jo: Actually, I think it’s one more challenge for me, and I hope it will be a time for me to go back to my club and try again and test myself once again].
Suwon FC and Gangwon, both looking to climb out of the relegation zone, will have their hands full.
Suwon FC are coming alive after Lee Seung-woo scored his second goal of the season in the previous round,
Kangwon, under new coach Yoon Jeong-hwan, will be looking to utilize Lee as a new attacking option after he won a bronze ball at the U-20 World Cup with three goals and four assists.
With three wins and two draws in their last five games, promoted Gwangju will be looking to make a move up the table when they host a resurgent Jeonbuk.
Jeonbuk, who will be making their debut under Petrescu, are also on the rise with four wins and a draw in their last five matches.
Second-place Pohang travels to Incheon, while leader Ulsan hosts Daegu.
I’m Kim Dong-min of YTN.