(Sports News Busan, Korea) Park Ji-soo (29, Portimonense) was surprised by the age of his new defensive partner when he returned to the national team.

Faced with a crisis and an opportunity in the absence of starting center backs Kim Min-jae (27, Napoli) and Kim Young-kwon (32, Ulsan Hyundai), Park faced a new face, Park Kyu-hyun (Dresden), who is seven years younger than him.

Born in 2001, Park moved to Werder Bremen (Germany), one of the prestigious Bundesliga teams, on loan as soon as he turned 18.

He made the move two years later,토토사이트 but found the competition too tough and moved to Dynamo Dresden on loan last summer before making the move permanent this summer.

Park kept his hair short and clean-cut during his high school days, but once he moved to Germany, his look changed dramatically. He grew out his hair and beard, giving him an unmistakable look.

Park, who played with Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s long hair in Bremen, went back to short hair last year. But the beard was still there. When he was called up to the national team this time around, Park kept his short hair and beard and joined Busan.

In a public training session on Dec. 12, Park joined Park Ji-soo in a vest as a defensive partner. Park’s primary position is left fullback, but he is a versatile resource who can play a variety of positions, including defensive midfield and center back.

“I saw him for the first time last week, and I thought he was older because he looks similar to me,” Park said. “I was surprised because he’s young. He has his own personality and we get along well,” he added.

“He’s seven years older than me,” Park Ji-soo said, and a reporter asked, “Is he old?” to which Park Ji-soo laughed, “I think he’s similar to me.”

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