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"My Refrigerator" Minho's Father Was Against Him Becoming a Soccer Player

2018/06/25 | 529 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the JTBC TV show "My Refrigerator" on the 25th, former national soccer star Choi Yong-soo and SHINee's Minho appeared as guests for the 'World Cup Special'.

Minho said, "Choi Yong-soo's brother was my gym teacher in high school. He shoots just like his brother".

When Choi Yong-soo was asked if his brother had told him about Minho, he said, "I heard he played soccer very well. If he played soccer, I think he would have been as good as Ahn Jung-hwan in looks and skills".

Minho said, "I wanted to play soccer, but my father didn't want me to. He even wanted to leave the house because of me". His father is Choi Yoon-gyeom, coach of the Busan I-Park team.

Minho added, "I asked him why he was so against me and he said if I was as good as Son Heung-min then he would agree, but I wasn't good enough".

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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