Gimpo FC strengthened its player base by signing midfielder Seo Jae-min and striker Min Seong-yeon. Gimpo coach Go Jeong-woon also expressed his satisfaction with this recruitment.

Seo Jae-min, born in 1997 who went through Daegu FC, Incheon United, and Seoul E-Land (E), has played in 42 professional matches, and left a good impression with his altruistic play by participating in 14 matches for Seoul E last season.

In addition, Seo Jae-min is a multi-resource capable of being both an attacker and a defender, and is expected to be of great help to Gimpo’s offensive development as he has decent dribbling ability and depressurization ability.

Min Seong-yeon, who joined Gimpo from Nambu University, is a newbie who joined the pro this year. 

He scored 13 points in 40 appearances as a member of Nambu University, and stood out for his offensive ability, and is characterized by diligent play.  스포츠토토

Not only is he evaluated as suitable for the Gimpo football style based on his activity level, but he is also expected to take responsibility for the future of Gimpo.

Seo Jae-min and Min Seong-yeon, who are currently training together, said, “I will become a helpful player for the team in any position,” and coach Koh also said, “Players who can play in various positions have joined the team. I am looking forward to having a good performance on the field with fighting spirit.”