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Ji So-yeon (Suwon FC) and Kim Hye-ri (Incheon Hyundai Steel) received the Women's Business Football WK League Midfielder Award and Defensive Award this year.
Ji So-yeon was selected as the best midfielder following last year, with the 2023 Korea Women's Football Federation Awards held at Olympic Parktel in Songpa-gu, Seoul on the 14th. Ji So-yeon took the lead in advancing to the championship for the first time in four years after Suwon FC finished the WK League regular league in third place and won the playoff against Hwacheon KSPO. Ji So-yeon said, "There are many players who are better than me, and I am sorry for those players," and emphasized, "Let's have more teams check Hyundai Steel next year."
Hyundai Steel has won 11 consecutive victories and its captain Kim Hye-ri received a defender award for the first time. "I am grateful to those who helped me grow well," Kim said. "I will continue to run well without losing my initial mindset."
Suwon FC's Munmi received the goalkeeper's award, while Hyundai Steel's Jungmi Kim won the goalkeeper's award following last year. The Rookie of the Year award went to Chun Gar-ram, the KSPO, while Kim Eun-sook, the coach of Hyundai Steel for 11 consecutive years, won the manager's award following last year. This year's award went to judge Cha Min-ji.
The best team in the university department was selected by Wideok University, Pohang Women's Electronic High School and Gwangyang Women's High School for the high school, Ulsan Hyundai Chungun Middle School for the middle school, and Namgang Elementary School and Sangdae Elementary School for the elementary school. Judge Jung Ji-young and KSPO manager Choi Jae-man, who are retiring after achieving the record of 100 matches for the first time in the WK League, received a meritorious plaque, while Koo Bon-seok, head of the Ulsan Metropolitan City Sports Support Division, and Kim Ho-jung, head of Korea Sam, a sponsor of the federation, received a plaque of appreciation
Thursday, December 14, 2023