[골닷컴] Reporter Dong-Hoon Kang = Ulsan side defender Seol Young-Woo won the Lemona Young Player of the Month award in November. This is the second award this season since the award in September.
Lemona Young Player of the Month Award is awarded to ▲ Korean nationality, ▲ 23 years old or younger (born after 1998), ▲ less than 3 years from the year of first appearance in K League official game (debut after 2019 season) among K League 1 players It goes back to the player who performed the most every month among the players. Among the players who meet the above conditions, players who have participated in more than half of their team’s total game time in the month are selected as candidates, and the final selection is made through discussion and voting by TSG (Technical Research Group) members under the Federation Technical Committee.
The November Young Player Award was evaluated for a total of four games from round 35 to round 38. In November, there were 26 candidates including Seol Young-woo, Eom Won-sang (Gwangju), Choi Ji-mook (Seongnam), Kang Seong-jin (Seoul), and Kim Tae-hwan (Suwon). Among them, Seol Young-woo was selected as the best 11 of the round twice during the period and tied for first place with two attack points (one goal and one assist), and got the most votes from the TSG members.
Seol Young-woo, who is in his second year of debut in the K-League, graduated from Hyundai Middle School and Hyundai High School, and is from Ulsan Youth. In 31 games this year, he scored 2 goals and provided 3 assists, establishing himself as the starting point for Ulsan. Seol Young-woo, who was selected as the young player in November, will receive a trophy and a prize money.
Meanwhile, Gyeongnam Pharmaceutical, which became a partner of the K-League this year, is a pharmaceutical company established in 1957 and has been receiving a lot of love both at home and abroad by selling ‘Lemona’. In particular, the top idol groups such as BTS and Twice used their exclusive models to increase their brand value, and from this year on, they plan to solidify their position as a ‘national vitamin’ with the K-League.