Ulsan’s Lee Dong-joon attempts a shot during the Asian Football Confederation Champions League (ACL) round of 16 match between Ulsan Hyundai and Kawasaki Frontale at Munsu Football Stadium in Ulsan, South Korea, on Thursday afternoon.

Former South Korean national team goalkeeper Jung Sung-ryong (38-Kawasaki Frontale) has shared his thoughts on playing against Kim Min-jae (27-Bayern Munich).

Jung Sung-ryong started the match between Kawasaki and Bayern Munich at the National Stadium in Tokyo, Japan, on Sept. 29 and came face-to-face with Kim Min-jae. The match ended in a 1-0 victory for Munich.

Goalkeeper Jung Sung-ryong and defender Kim Min-jae didn’t go head-to-head due to their positions, but it was an interesting matchup just to see them on the same field. They even stood side by side for a pre-match photo.

On this day, Kim Min-jae made an early mistake, but then defended well to keep the game scoreless. Jung Sung-ryong also played a solid first half, keeping a clean sheet against a world-class team. The final goal, conceded by Josip Stanisic in the 12th minute of the second half, came after he was substituted off.

“I’ve only seen him on TV,” he joked after the game, making everyone around him laugh.

When asked to evaluate his junior, he said, “He’s a defender, but he has a lot of strengths in the offense as well,” and praised him, saying, “Today, even though he wasn’t in the best shape, he showed a good enough performance.”

Jung Sung-ryong even exchanged jerseys with Kim Min-jae after the game. “We promised (to switch) before the game,” he laughed, “and I told Kim Min-jae that I congratulated him on his move to a good team, Bayern Munich.”

Jung Sung-ryong, meanwhile, 카지노사이트 is a goalkeeper who played 67 A-match caps for the South Korean national team from 2008 to 2016.