December 22, 2022 is the day when Lee Dong-jun’s (26) ‘K-League U-turn’ was officially announced.Lee Dong-Jun, who played for Ulsan HD FC and transferred to Hertha Berlin in the German professional soccer Bundesliga in January last year, did not shine on the German stage.Lee Dong-jun has grown into a leading striker in the K-League, including being selected as one of the K-League 1 Best 11 in the 2021 season, but he only played in 4 games in the Bundesliga.Naturally, he became distant from the national team and was unable to participate in the 2022 Qatar World Cup, which brought joy to soccer fans by advancing to the round of 16.In the end, Lee Dong-Jun, who announced his return to Korea by wearing the uniform of Jeonbuk, a rival club of his home team Ulsan, was desperate, but was unable to achieve any results.Lee Dong-jun, who played in 23 regular league games in the 2023 season, did not score a single goal.He recorded two assists and his only offensive points are.Along with Lee Dong-jun’s sluggish performance, Jeonbuk’s offensive line, a prestigious team with a K-League tradition, also suffered a downturn.Jeonbuk’s score this season was 45 goals, far behind the champion Ulsan (63 goals) and second-place Pohang Steelers (53 goals).

The ranking (4th) in K League 1 is also the worst ever.Since 2013, when the promotion/relegation system was implemented, Jeonbuk has never fallen below third place.As such, the final 6th match against Bangkok United (Thailand) in Group F of the 2023-2024 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Champions League (ACL) group stage held at Jeonju World Cup Stadium in Jeonbuk on the 13th was an important game for both Lee Dong-jun and Jeonbuk.Jeonbuk needed results in the ACL to regain their lost reputation, and if they lost this game, advancing to the round of 16 in this tournament would also become uncertain.In this ACL East Asia group stage, where a total of 20 clubs are divided into 5 groups, the top team in each group and the 3 teams with the best results among the 2nd place teams will advance to the round of 16.If they had lost to Bangkok by a large margin, Jeonbuk (3 wins, 3 losses) would have had 9 points, and would have been pushed out of the group stage by Melbourne City (Australia, 9 points), 2nd place in Group H in terms of goal difference.Lee Dong-jun, who has already been a year since joining Jeonbuk, also needed to regain his reputation after a slump.This match, watched by national team coach Jurgen Klinsmann, who is preparing for the AFC Asian Cup to be held in January next year, was also the last opportunity for 슬롯게이밍 Lee Dong-jun as it was the final game of the season.