Soccer creator Thiago Kim (Kim Soo-hyuk) is heading to the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia-New Zealand 2023 with global video platform TikTok.

Thiago Kim will depart for Australia on Aug. 23 and will create a variety of content as he travels to the Women’s World Cup until Aug. 8, when the round of 16 concludes. Uhm Da-young of the women’s soccer influencer trio Kikit will also be traveling to the World Cup.

Thiago Kim is the only Korean creator traveling to the Women’s World Cup sponsored by TikTok’s headquarters. Together with creators from the UK, Colombia, Germany, Nigeria, Vietnam, and Argentina selected by TikTok, Thiago Kim will represent Korea.

Previously, during the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, Kim was the first Korean creator to work with FIFA+ to create content for the tournament. Only 24 creators were selected by FIFA+ for the World Cup in Qatar. Thiago Kim represented South Korea and created and shot the World Cup promotional video himself.

Thiago Kim is a global influencer with more than 410,000 followers on TikTok. He is a first-generation Korean soccer creator who played in Brazil and South Korea as a youngster and is now active on TikTok, YouTube, Instagram, and other platforms.

She also serves as a commentator for the WK League, a women’s soccer league, and has made a positive impact by sponsoring female youth players. In April, she sold special jerseys as part of a project to support the dreams of promising female soccer players and donated the proceeds to sponsor female youth players. 안전놀이터

The 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia-New Zealand kicks off on June 20. The South Korean women’s soccer team, led by Colleen Bell, has been drawn in Group H alongside Colombia, Germany, and Morocco. South Korea, ranked 17th in the FIFA World Rankings, will open their Group H campaign against Colombia (25th) in Sydney, Australia, on Aug. 25. They will face Morocco (72nd) on Sept. 30, followed by Germany (2nd) on Sept. 3.

The South Korean women’s national team has played in three previous World Cups. They made their first appearance in 2003, followed by 2015 and 2019. Their best result was a round of 16 finish at the 2015 tournament. Head coach Colleen Bell is confident, saying, “We can definitely make it to the round of 16.”

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