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Transfers: Daejeon Hana Citizen Sign FC Seoul Forward Yoon Seungwon

Daejeon Hana Citizen have signed former Korea youth international Yoon Seungwon from FC Seoul, linking up with former boss Hwang Sunhong. The forward ends a six-year stay at the capital club and becomes Daejeon's 10th confirmed signing of the winter transfer window.

Former Korea youth international Yoon Seungwon has departed Sangam to join Daejeon Hana Citizen.

Yoon came through the ranks at FC Seoul under new Daejeon boss Hwang Sunhong but has found playing time at a premium ever since Hwang departed Seoul in April 2018.

The 24 year-old made his first team debut in 2016 as a substitute in the 1-0 win over Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors which secured the league title for the capital club, after being named as a substitute in the FA Cup semi-final at home to Bucheon, and the K League  Round 37 fixture with Jeju United

Yoon also came off the bench in the FA Cup, firing in a late equaliser on aggregate to take the game to extra time and penalties.

The following year, Yoon became more of a regular, making 17 appearances overall and scoring three goals, an equaliser in a 2-2 draw away to Sangju in May that year, the opener in a 2-1 win over Jeonbuk at home that July, as well as the leveller in a  4-1 away win over Gwangju in September.

However, the once promising youngster hasn't made a first team appearance since September 2018, a cameo off the bench in FC Seoul's 2-0 home loss to Daegu FC.

Yoon was part of the Korea U23 squad which finished fourth in the 2018 AFC U23 Championships, and was known as the 'Osan High School (FC Seoul youth team) Berbatov' on account of his playing style.

He is known for having good technique, being comfortable on either foot, and can play as an attacking midfielder, outside forward or as an out-and-out striker.

Speaking on his move to Purple Arena, Yoon said: "I am very pleased to be able to play for Hwang Sunhong again. With a fresh mindset I am determined to become a player who can help this club win promotion."

Daejeon have made a number of signings already with Connor Chapman joining from A-League side Western United, goalkeeper Kim Dongjun arriving for what is believed to be a club record transfer fee, as well as Lee Kyuro from FC Seoul, Lee Seulchan, and Choi Jaehyeon, Jung Heewoong from Jeonnam Dragons, Park Jinseop from Ansan Greeners, and Koo Bonsang from FC Anyang.


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