Suwon Samseong has reinforced its defense.
“We have acquired Kim Joo-won, a veteran defender with 11 years of experience in the K League, from Jeju United,” Suwon announced in a press release on the 23rd. Kim will wear the number 66 and sign a contract for one year and six months.온라인바카라
Born in 1991, the center back made his K League debut in 2013 when he joined the Pohang Steelers. Since then, he has played for Jeonnam Dragons and Jeju, scoring four goals and providing three assists in 138 K League games. This season, he has made 11 appearances in the K League 1.
Kim has a connection to Suwon head coach Kim Byung-soo. He was coached by Kim when he was a student at Yeungnam University, so he has a good understanding of the game. Suwon hopes that Kim Joo-won’s combination of responsibility and leadership will help alleviate some of the defensive anxiety that has been a problem this season.
“I’m excited to come to a team I’ve admired since I started playing soccer. I’m especially happy to be reunited with coach Kim Byung-soo. The situation is not easy right now, but I will definitely rebound with Prenticolo on my back,” he said.