Park Chu-Young

Park Chu-Young

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Park Chu-Young (Hangul: 박주영, Hanja: 朴主永, born 10 July 1985, Daegu) is a South Korean footballer who plays for AS Monaco in Ligue 1 and is the current captain for the South Korea national team.



Park Chu-Young's popularity with the Korean public was sparked by his stellar performance at the AFC Youth Championship 2004 where he led the U-20 Korean national team to a record-breaking 11th title. In the process, he swept the Golden Ball Award and was chosen Most Valuable Player of the tournament. He was also capped for the South Korean U-20 team at the 2003 FIFA World Youth Championship.

The country's "Park Chu-young" hysteria grew even more wildly when Korea's U-20 squad participated in the Qatar eight-team invitational in January 2005. Park scored two against China, three against Ukraine, two against Algeria, and two against Japan as Korea won the tournament. Park was named the Asian Young Footballer of the Year by the Asian Football Confederation.


He joined the South Korea national football team in June 2005. He debuted in the match against Uzbekistan and managed to score his first goal for the side.

During the 2005 season, Park had scored 3 goals and 4 assists with the South Korea national football team. Park also participated in the 2005 FIFA World Youth Championship, where he scored a goal from a free kick against Nigeria.

Park also joined the K-League, where he signed with FC Seoul in 2005. In Park's first season, he scored 18...
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