Professional soccer K League 1 Jeju United held a communication tour of Mt. Through true harmony and communication, they became more solid as One Team.
On the morning of the 10th, the Jeju players boarded the club bus instead of the clubhouse-only stadium, which was the training ground. The destination was none other than Songaksan Mountain, which is one of the most popular attractions in Jeju Island and boasts a superb view of Marado and Gapado, the southernmost tip of the country스포츠토토, and Hallasan Mountain.
In the background of visiting Songak Mountain, there was a proposal from coach Nam, who wanted to create a happy organizational culture with genuine harmony and communication in a free atmosphere, where players who were physically and mentally exhausted from the tight training schedule ahead of the opening of the 2023 season could heal.
Director Nam is bringing about many changes in the way of harmony and communication in line with the recent changes and trends of the times. The existing way of leaving the door open and welcoming has now changed to a way of visiting with your feet. This event was also held as part of it.
All the athletes who participated in this event had sincere conversations while walking along the Dulle-gil with the beautiful Songaksan Mountain in the background. Even the front desk of the club, which usually does not have many opportunities to communicate, participated in this opportunity to build friendships and prepare a place to get to know each other.
In addition, sincere mentoring is also incorporated in Nam’s communication philosophy. The Jeju under-18 (U-18) youth team was also invited to participate in the event. Jeju players did not hesitate to share their know-how and advice, hoping for the success of the youth team, the future of Jeju.
In the future, Jeju plans to promote this event continuously, not one-off, as long as it does not put too much strain on the schedule of the athletes. Director Nam said, “I will communicate more with all members. In particular, I will take more communication with my feet than with my mouth.
Park Min-jae, captain of the Jeju U-18 youth team, said, “I am amazed and excited to see coach Ki-il Nam and the pro team members who have been distant from me before opening their hearts and approaching me. Conversing a lot against the background of such a free and beautiful place is bound to build trust. I will never forget it and grow into a great professional player.”