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Q: How would you assess how the season has gone so far?
A: “Because it isn't finished yet maybe the fans will be able to assess how we did at the end of the season.”
Q: You are playing as a striker now, has this time in K League 2 helped you learn this position a bit more?
A: “My personal opinion is that, although K League 2 players aren’t at as high of a level as K League 1, K League 2 is rougher and wilder, so I think it helped me a lot in that aspect (of my game). There is still a lot more for me to learn but because I have good teammates, I think I will be a better striker when I go back to FC Seoul."
Q: What was behind the change from being a defender to a striker?
A: "At that time (2019), there were a lot of injuries among our strikers and so I was used in that position. Choi Yong-soo thought that I looked like a striker."
Q: Did you set yourself any goal targets before the season started?
A: "My target was to win promotion and stay injury-free."
Q: How confident are you of winning the K League 2 title?
A: “Not just me but all the players are brimming with confidence. But, you can’t win just with confidence alone. We will take it one game at a time and do our best to make sure we win the title.”
Q: Manager Kim Tae-wan has done a fantastic job with Sangju and Gimcheon, what is he like to work with?
A: "At Sangmu, I don’t think there is another manager who could replace Kim Tae-wan."
Q: How difficult is it to watch what’s happening at FC Seoul while you are away and cannot do anything to help?
A: “Because it’s FC Seoul, I think the team will get through it.”