Synthetic goals from Son Heung-Min in Premiership
Due to the influence of Covid-19, the football tournament paused and Son Heung-Min took advantage of this opportunity to return to Korea completed military service, obligatory for citizens of this country. After winning the Asian Games gold medal in 2018, the striker received a privilege just to go military service for 3 weeks and hundreds of community service hours instead of 21-month military service.
Son Heung-Min went enlist for military service
Son Heung-Min returned to Korea in late March but have to date 20/4, the striker officially "enlisted" in a barracks on Jeju Island. Although best avoided but Son Heung-Min unstoppable fans gathered early outside the barracks between pandemic Covid-19 to see the idol.
Although the star ball most beloved land of "kimchi" current but Son Heung-Min did not receive a privilege ever after enlistment. The striker also had "hair down" and look quite strange in a photo posted on social networks, not long ago.
Latest Korean Yonhap newspaper continue to update the situation of the striker playing for Tottenham. Accordingly, Son Heung-Min appeared in military dress and live ammunition bandoliers like any other teammate. The striker hat numbered 136.
The latest image of Korean striker in military outfit
In three short weeks, Son Heung-Min will be fully trained for a knowledge marines soldiers of Korea. That's shooting, throwing grenades, climbed the fence, swimming ... and exercises in chemistry, as well as nuclear radiation. The striker will definitely have to taste the no less arduous in the near future.
After the end of military courses, unknown Son Heung-Min will stay in Korea to make note of the public labor obligation or back to England too. Under the provisions of the British government, all the entry from abroad are required to self-isolation within two weeks.
Thus, the Korean striker will miss the first few sessions of Tottenham after Covid-19. As expected, the team will be back in training in the next 18/5 days. According to the latest news from Mirror newspaper, the British prime minister Boris Johnson more likely to agree with plans to bring the Premier League back in June, but did not allow the audience to pitch.
Son Heung-Min outfit look ultra cool military