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Former Japanese K-League Aki, from Ulsan, recalled, “Korean colleagues were nice and the food was delicious.”

Japanese national team midfielder Akihiro Ienaga, who played for Ulsan Hyundai in the 2012 K-League, recalled his memories in the K-League.

According to Japanese media <Soccer Digest>, Ienaga recently appeared on the YouTube channel of Daigo Nishi, affiliated with Consadole Sapporo, and was asked questions about his days in Ulsan while looking back on his career. 온라인카지노

When asked by Nishi, “Didn’t you play in Korea?” Ienaga said, “It was really good. The colleagues I met in Korea were very nice. The food was delicious. The soccer style was a little different, but it was fun. I think it was very good.”

He also explained about his experience in the K-League, saying, “It uses quite physical soccer, but it is a different technique from Japan. It uses soccer with excellent technique in other aspects, such as kicking the ball strongly and switching speed.” did.

Ienaga, who played under the registered name ‘Aki’ during the K-League, had a loan transfer to Japanese J-League club Gamba Osaka in the 2012 season after wearing an Ulsan uniform in the form of a loan transfer from Mallorca and playing for six months. His performance in the K-League could not be called outstanding. He scored 1 goal in 12 matches in the K-League, and 1 goal in 18 matches in the official game.

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