Cheon Seong-hoon (22), a forward striker from Incheon club youth who recently returned to Incheon United after playing on the German stage, shared his thoughts on the comeback.
Cheon Seong-hoon, who made his debut on the K-League stage in the 2023 season, said, “I am happy to return to Incheon, my home team. I grew up experiencing a lot in Germany. I want to become a player who helps the team in the stadium.”
Recently, the Incheon club re-recruited Cheon Seong-hoon, who played in Germany for four years from 2019, as an offensive resource from the youth team. 슬롯사이트 The contract period agreed between the Incheon club and Chun Seong-hun is two years.
Like Jung Woo-young (SC Freiburg), who played an active part in the 2022 FIFA Qatar World Cup national football team, Cheon Seong-hoon is a talent who has entered the overseas big leagues through all of the youth systems of the Incheon club. Chun Seong-hun started with U-12 in Incheon, played an active part in U-15 Gwangseong Middle School and U-18 Daegeon High School, and was consistently selected for the national team for his age group.
With a good physical condition of 190cm and 82kg, Chun Seong-hoon’s main position is a forward striker, and he has excellent talent in various aspects of attack. Despite his large physique, he has strengths such as flexible and solid basic skills, air control, and shooting ability.
After graduating from Incheon U-18 Daegeon High School, Chun Seong-hun moved to FC Augsburg in the German Bundesliga in 2019 and challenged the European stage. Later, ahead of the 2021-2022 season, he spent his life on loan at FC 08 Homburg, and recently played for FC Augsburg again, before returning to his home team Incheon and facing his first K-League challenge.
On the other hand, Chun Seong-hun, who has completed all joining procedures such as the medical test, will immediately participate in the team’s field training in Chiang Mai, Thailand, which has been in progress since the 3rd, to prepare for the upcoming new season.