Cho Kyu-sung, who was criticized for “Cut your hair,” said the reason for long hair…

While soccer player Cho Kyu-sung (26) was criticized by netizens for his poor performance at the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup, the reason why he maintains his long hair despite fans’ opposition has been re-examined.

On the 22nd, a post titled “Why is Cho Kyu-sung growing his hair?” was posted on an online community in Korea. Internet user A, who wrote it, compared the photo of Cho Kyu-sung with long hair and Cho Kyu-sung with short hair when he participated in the FIFA Qatar World Cup in November 2022.

A also added the phrase “What the hell is wrong?” and expressed regret that both his appearance and skills may have deteriorated in about a year as Cho Kyu-sung changed his hairstyle. In the meantime, a netizen shared a video of Cho Kyu-sung’s interview with Netflix Korea in July last year.

In the video, when broadcaster Kim Ho-young asked, “Doesn’t it bother you when you have long hair?” Cho replied, “I really wanted to try long hair.” Cho added, “Don’t you think men have long hair?” 스포츠토토사이트

“There are a lot of people who don’t like my hairstyle lately,” Cho Kyu-sung said. “There are no fellow players who tell me to get my hair cut, but fans tell me to get my hair done.” Cho said, “Even if fans oppose it, I will keep my long hair for a while.”

Recently, not only Cho’s fans but also ordinary Internet users are pointing out his long hair. Netizens are posting comments criticizing Cho’s poor performance at the Asian Cup on his personal SNS.

Some Internet users took issue with Cho Kyu-sung’s long hair and his appearance on the entertainment show “I Live Alone.” They also argued, “Isn’t Cho Kyu-sung more interested in improving his appearance and entertainment activities than exercising?”

Many people are rooting for Cho. As the news spread that Cho’s SNS account is hot due to controversy over his long hair, most Internet users are posting comments supporting him. Netizens responded by saying, “I believe Cho will do what he did as a striker in the end,” and, “Are you already looking for a scapegoat when the group league is not over yet?”

“I should have shown a better performance,” Cho Kyu-sung said after the second Group E match against Jordan at the Asian Cup on the 20th. “I want to make good use of the chance and score goals in every game,” he said. “I think I just need to do well. I will definitely score goals in the remaining games.”

Born in 1998, Cho plays for FC Mitwilan in the Danish Super League. Cho scored two goals in a match against Ghana in Group H of the Qatar World Cup in November 2022. This is the first multi-goal record in the history of Korean soccer. At that time, Cho led the Korean national team to advance to the round of 16 teams in the World Cup.

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