Son Heung-Min Enjoys FIFA’s Jungkook X South Korean Football Team Edit Reel

Jungkook X South Korean Football Team Edit Reel: During the South Korea–Portugal game, the song “Dreamers” by Jungkook was played on every major South Korean news channel and TV show. Fans got to see another interaction between Jungkook and Son Heung-min as part of the match-winning celebrations.

FIFA shared other social media images using “Dreamers” and Jungkook, including an edited version of Jungkook’s performance during the World Cup opening ceremony that spliced in footage of the South Korean team’s victory celebration.

The Instagram Reel was liked by South Korean team captain and star footballer Son Heung-min, and the edit quickly spread across all social media channels. Earlier, Jungkook had met the South Korean football team in Qatar before his performance.

The story quickly spread over the internet, and it was featured in every major Korean newspaper and news programme. Many Koreans voiced their pride in Jungkook and the National Team.

Jungkook X South Korean Football Team
jungkook X South Korean Football Team

Son Heung-Min

Son Heung-min is the captain of the South Korean national football team and a forward for the Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur. His explosive pace, finishing, two-footedness, and ability to link play have earned him a reputation as one of the best attackers in the world and one of the greatest Asian footballers of all time.

Son moved to Germany at the age of 16 to join Hamburger SV after being born in Chuncheon, Gangwon Province. He made his Bundesliga debut that year.

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He signed with Bayer Leverkusen in 2013 for a then-record €10 million and then with Tottenham two years later for £22 million, becoming the most expensive Asian player in history.

At Spurs, Son broke Cha Bum-record Kun’s for most goals scored by a Korean player in European competition and became the all-time Premier League and Champions League leading scorer for Asians.

Following his compatriot Park Ji-sung, he became the second Asian player in history to reach and start in a UEFA Champions League final in 2019. He scored 23 goals in the 2021-22 season, making him the first Asian player to win the Premier League Golden Boot award.

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