“I don’t think much of it” Lee Kang-in ‘grave’ over military service benefits

Lee Kang-in said he would rather enjoy winning the Asian Games with his teammates than receiving military service benefits.

When asked in the joint press area after the men’s soccer final against Japan at the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games at Huanglong Sports Center Stadium in Hangzhou, China, on Sunday, Lee said, “I don’t think much of it.”

He replied, “I don’t think much of it.

“For now, I’m just going to do my best and be a good soccer player like I’ve always been,” he emphasized.

Earlier in the day, South Korea defeated Japan 2-1 to win the gold medal.

According to the Military Service Act, athletes who finish third or higher at the Olympics and first at the Asian Games can serve as “arts and physical education personnel” instead of serving in the military as physical education personnel.

Twenty athletes, including Lee Kang-in, received military service benefits for the gold medal.

Goalkeeper Kim Jung-hoon has already completed his military service, and Lee Kwang-yeon was confirmed to not have to do so after tearing his ACL. 바카라사이트

Lee Kang-in, Jung Woo-young and Hong Hyun-seok, among others, will be able to continue their careers in Europe without interruption.

The win was Lee’s first since his professional debut. Lee finished runner-up at the U-20 World Cup in Poland in 2020.

“For the first time, I was able to represent my country and win a gold medal,” Lee said. I’m very happy. I felt so sorry that I couldn’t join the team sooner.

I’m so grateful to all the players, coaching staff, and everyone who traveled to Korea and Hangzhou to support me.

We will try to do better in future competitions and show our progress.”

He also thanked his players for achieving the goal of winning gold together, saying, “I wanted to win every match.

Not only me, but all the players worked so hard, so I’m very grateful.

Even the players who didn’t play were always there to help. They didn’t even show any signs of being tired, so I’m very grateful to them.”

He continued, “It means a lot to me because I won the gold medal for the first time representing the country of Korea.

I want to represent Korea in better competitions in the future, and I want to win more gold medals,” she said.

When asked if the players might have panicked because they conceded early in the game, she said, “They didn’t care one bit,” and added, “It’s so good that we were able to win the championship we were aiming for.

Now that we’ve won, I hope everyone can enjoy the good memories right now,” he said.

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