“I think a bright song will come out.”
Team K-League member Lee Soon-min (Gwangju FC) scored a late injury-time winner to give his team a 3-2 victory over Atletico Madrid (ATM) in the first leg of the Coupang Play Series at Seoul World Cup Stadium on Sunday.
Lee Soon-min did the heavy lifting in the center of the midfield and scored the game-winning goal in stoppage time with a sensational right-footed curling shot after receiving a pass from Gerso (Incheon United). “I actually didn’t expect to score,” said Lee in the Mixed Zone after the game, “Jerso did a great job with the return. The ball came to me just as I wanted it to come, and I thought I should hit it non-stop. I just wanted to put it in the back of the net, but I think the goalkeeper’s vision was blocked. I was stunned when I scored, but the fans’ cheers made it real,” he smiled.
Lee Soon-min has been the centerpiece of Gwangju’s “breakout” this season. He’s been a force in the midfield. His performances have earned him a spot on Team K-League. “Actually, I was satisfied just to be nominated,” Lee said, “I thought I would be satisfied with (being nominated). I cleared my mind and was selected. When I was preparing for the game, I thought about not being greedy and not hurting (the team). “I was impressed with Koke’s play in the first half,” he said, “and the players around me helped me. I wondered if he came to Korea two days ago or if he was on vacation in Asia. His body was light and his touch and passing timing were really good 스포츠토토.”
Lee is a soccer player by profession, but he is also a rapper. He performs under the name ‘Wow’. “I think it will be a bright song,” Lee laughed, then said, “Whether it’s lyrics or stories, it will probably be on the bright side, spitting out my heart. I think I’ll be able to make a song that’s fun and easy to listen to because it aims to capture my story,” he said.
“I got a lot of notifications on my phone, and there’s a message from director Lee Jung-hyo. I’ll be the first to check it out,” she said, adding that it will be a meaningful time for her, especially since her brother is a power analyst. “My brother and I joined Gwangju together in 2017. I got a good opportunity. It was fun and I’m happy to have come this far. My parents were happy,” he said, adding, “My brother came with me to a team that represented the K League, so my parents were less worried. I think it’s a good memory,” he said.