North Korean striker Jong Tae-Se finalised his move to South Korea's K-league, vowing to score at least 15 goals for his new team the Suwon Samsung Bluewings before the end of the season.
North Korean striker Jong Tae-Se is unveiled as a Suwon Samsung Bluewings player in Seoul on January 10, 2013. Jong made his professional debut with Kawasaki Frontale in Japan's J-League in 2006 and won his first cap for North Korea in 2007. He was part of the national squad that qualified and played in the 2010 World Cup.
Jong, 28, was bought by Suwon from FC Koln in the second division of the German Bundesliga for a reported transfer fee of 300,000 euros ($395,850).
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