For Jeju native Lim Chang-woo, it’s a challenge and a move that means a lot.

Im Chang-woo left Gangwon FC via trade in the summer transfer window to wear the Jeju United jersey. He switched jerseys with defender Lee Ji-Sol. The team chose him to fill the void left by Ahn Hyun-beom, who left for Jeonbuk Hyundai. Since joining the team, Lim Chang-woo has provided a boost to the defense with one assist in three games. Jeju won against Suwon FC (3-0) in the 26th round, ending a 10-match winless streak (4 draws and 6 losses).

“The team atmosphere was not good because we didn’t keep winning, but everyone from the manager to the players didn’t shy away and tried to raise the atmosphere on the training ground. The people around me helped me a lot, so I feel like I’m not a stranger to a new team.” “I’m glad we won against Suwon FC,” he said.

In Jeju, wingbacks have many roles to play. They have to show their ability to solve problems in both defense and attack. “Even when I saw Jeju as a third-party team, I saw a lot of tactical things being created on the flanks, and (Ahn) Hyun-beom played like a legend in Jeju, so I didn’t have much pressure. I have my own style, so I hope you can see it from that perspective. I have my own style, so I hope you can see it from that perspective.”

In the last round of 25, he faced his former club Gangwon, just two weeks after joining the club. Lim played for Gangwon for about two years and six months. “I spent a long time in Gangwon and a short time in Gangwon. I got to know the players and fans. It was actually strange before the game. Once I started, I was immersed in the game, and all I could think about was winning. It would have been nice to win, but we drew the game, and I felt a bit dizzy afterward.”

Lim Chang-woo is from Seocho, Jeju. He was born and raised in Jeju. “It means a lot to me. I have a sense of mission to play where I was born and raised. There are a lot of fans watching us in training and at games, so I have a responsibility to set a good example.” 토토사이트

Jeju is in eighth place in the league (34 points), but only four points separate them from fourth place (FC Seoul – 38 points). It’s certainly capable of making the leap to the top. They are also in the quarterfinals of the Korean Football Association (FA) Cup. “Jeju is a team that should be competing in the top tier,” says Lim Chang-woo. “We are committed to being in the Final A (Round of 6) and fighting for a ticket to the Asian Champions League (ACL). We want to score a lot of offensive points and show a winning game, and our biggest goal is to win the FA Cup.”