This first international cap represents a deserved reward for the 23-year-old midfielder who distinguished himself in the Asian Champion’s League with Jeju United.
The South Korea new boy made the headlines few months ago when he scored a long-range shot against Gamba Osaka (4-1) in the group stage.
Few weeks later, the Jeju United shone again as he scored a stunner against Jiangsu Suning (2-1).
Meanwhile, Lee Chang-Min has also produced some fine performances in the K-League (25 games, 4 goals) and helped his side to finish second this season.
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Credits photo : Magali Ruffato