‘Joseon Athletic Association’ sparks ‘Son Cha-bak controversy’

As the members of TV CHOSUN’s sports entertainment program “Chosun Sports Association” engage in the controversial “Son Chabak Controversy,” former national soccer player Lee Ik-soo will show off his “soccer manager” power with his knowledgeable information.

The “Son Chabak Debate” is a topic of conversation among online soccer fans, and refers to the question, “If Son Heung-min, Cha Bum-geun, and Park Ji-sung were to play together, who would be the best? On a recent recording of “Chosun Sports Association,” Jeon Hyun-moo said to Heo Jae, Kim Byung-hyun, and Lee Cheon-soo, “I’ve been asked that question a lot, the ‘Son Cha-bak debate’.

In response, Heo Jae, the head of basketball, and Kim Byung-hyun, the head of baseball, shouted “Cha Bum-geun” as if they had made a promise. “Looking at old videos, I think soccer was tougher back then, and it was harder to score goals,” Kim Byung-hyun said. Heo Jae also said, “Cha Bum Geun actually played on the dirt, and he’s still that good, but if he was born in this era and had the same skills as today…” and imagined that the “Cha Boom of this era” would be invincible.

“It’s definitely Son Heung-min,” said Lee Ik-soo, the soccer manager. “Successful people are a bit simple,” he said, and found Son Heung-min’s excellence in ‘simplicity’. “First of all, Cha Bum-geun’s specialty is heading, but Son Heung-min’s specialty is shooting with his left foot, which is better than Cha Bum-geun. In addition, he overwhelms with his shooting and speed.” “Statistics show that Son Heung-min’s dribbling is simply a lot of ‘hitting and running dribbling,'” he said, explaining Son Heung-min’s superiority in detail.

Lee has recently become a “road hero” for catching a drunken hit-and-run driver. He is planning to shed the image of a troublemaker and radiate the force of a “soccer manager” at the Chosun Sports Association. 꽁머니사이트

‘Chosun Sports Association’, a sports entertainment show featuring real national teams, is scheduled to premiere on Friday, August 4 at 10 p.m. and is aiming for the 2023 Hangzhou Asian Games, which TV CHOSUN will broadcast for the first time.

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