“I was proud, nervous, and excited just to be there. I had a dream to stand on the podium and express my feelings.”

When asked about the blueprint for the upcoming 2023 season, striker Ko Jae-hyeon (24), whom we met on the 31st in Namhae, Gyeongsangnam-do, where 먹튀검증 the winter training of Daegu FC is in full swing, came up with the topic of last year’s K-League 1 awards ceremony.

A native of Daegu Daeryun High School, he made his professional debut in Daegu in 2018, but was unable to settle down enough to be loaned to Seoul E-Land in the K League 2 in 2020-2021.

It was a year in which he properly announced his existence to his fans, receiving praise for his excellent positioning for scoring goals and earning the nickname ‘Go Jagi’, a reference to the former Italian goalscorer Filippo Inzagi.

Showing off his rapidly growing skills to the fullest, he was nominated for the K-League 1 Best 11 right midfielder category last season and went to the awards ceremony for the first time.

Koh Jae-hyeon said, “I didn’t win the award, but I was surrounded by great players, so I was motivated and greedy, saying, ‘There is a place like this.’ It was a time that made me become better and work harder.”

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