Lim Seon-joo (33, Incheon Hyundai Steel), a key defender of the Korean women’s national soccer team under coach Colin Bell, joined the Century Club (played in 100 A-matches) as the 7th Korean female player. did.스포츠토토
Lim Seon-joo started and played full-time in the first leg of the Arnold Clark Cup against England held at Milton Keynes Stadium on the 17th (Korean time).
Korea suffered a crushing defeat 0-4 in this match, but Lim Seon-joo achieved her meaningful record. She played her 100th game in August 2009 after playing her first A match against the Northern Marianas.
This is the 7th great record following Cho So-hyun, Ji So-yeon, Kim Jung-mi, Kim Hye-ri, Kwon Ha-neul, and Jeon Ga-eul.
For 14 years, Lim Seon-joo has played in major tournaments such as the Asian Cup, Asian Games, and East Asian Cup while firmly guarding the Korean defense.
In an interview with the Korea Football Association (KFA), Lim Seon-joo said, “I was envious of my friends because they achieved 100 games first.”
He also shared the secret to participating in 100 games, saying, “I am constantly exercising, including managing my diet. In order to compete with young people, managing myself is the most important thing.”
On the other hand, Lim Seon-joo has played many matches, but has no experience in the World Cup.
Im Seon-ju said, “I want to play on the World Cup stage at least this time,” and expressed his determination, “I will develop myself for the World Cup and prepare to help the team.”