Park Eun-seon (Seoul City Hall), who is about to face her third World Cup, is preparing for the last without regret.
The Korean women’s soccer team, led by head coach Colin Bell, departed for Australia, where the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia-New Zealand will be held, via Incheon International Airport on the afternoon of the 10th.
Tall striker Park Eun-seon seized a valuable World Cup opportunity. Park Eun-seon, born in 1986 and the highest ranking member of the national team, wore the Taegeuk mark again for the first time in seven years last month ahead of the World Cup. A fortune came to her that she hadn’t thought much of.
Park Eun-sun participated in the 2003 U.S. competition as the youngest player on the national team and also experienced the 2015 Canadian competition. He himself expressed a different feeling than before, saying, “Honestly, I thought it was my last time in Canada, but the opportunity came again.”
Park Eun-sun has been on the World Cup stage twice, but has not scored yet. Park Eun-sun, who said, “I want to score a goal if I go to the World Cup” when first convened at the Paju National Football Team Training Center (NFC), emphasized the part that would help the national team first, saying, “I will give my all when given the opportunity.” .안전사이트
The national team won 2-1 in the final evaluation match against Haiti held at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 8th. Park Eun-sun, who was expected to participate, was absent. Still, he said, “The atmosphere has risen a lot with the victory over Haiti. A lot of fans came and showed interest, so it was a source of strength.”
He has no tremors as he has become a veteran. Park Eun-sun said, “Going to the World Cup is more thrilling than nervous. I still want to go and do my best to get good results.”