overviewJi So-yun (Korean: 지소연 , Korean pronunciation: [tɕi.so.jʌn]; born 21 February 1991) is a South Korean player who plays for Chelsea in the FA Women's Super League and the South Korea national team a professional football player. Job name Football player (Chelsea LFC · MF)
Country of nationality Korea
Birthday February 21, 1991
Academic background Hanyang Women's University
Career Placed eighth in the 2008 U-17 W cup. He scored 8 goals in the 2010 U-20 World Cup, took the 2nd place and took the 3rd place. She had planned to transition from Hanyang Women's University to the US Women's Professional Association in 2011, but joined the Nadeshiko League's INAC Kobe Leonessa as a team that withdrew from the league due to financial difficulties. Contribute to the league championship in the same year. I scored a goal and won the tournament MVP at the TOYOTA Vitz Cup, held to support the rebuilding of the Great East Japan Earthquake. She won the 2012 League undefeated for the second consecutive win, the International Women's Football Club Championship second place and the All Japan Women's Championship (Empress Cup) the third consecutive victory. He was selected for the first year at Bethlebeven that same year. Resigned from Kobe in December 2013 she. She joined Chelsea LFC in England in 2014. An aggressive midfielder combining striking power and broad vision reigns as the tower of command for Korean women's football. In his home country, he gets the nickname "Messume". 160 cm, 50 kg.