Football star Son Heung-min (29, Tottenham), who is active on the English professional football stage, picked Cristiano Ronaldo (36, Juventus) when asked who he would like to meet if he was given only five minutes.
This is through Amazon Prime Video Sports''The Last Five', which was released through Tottenham's official channel on the 13th (Korean time).
'Last Five' is a content that shares Star Player's thoughts and daily life with fans through questions related to '5'.
Through a non-face-to-face interview, Son Heung-min is a small daily routine such as the last 5 photos stored on the mobile phone, 5 recently received text messages, 5 recently uploaded social media (SNS) posts, 5 songs recently heard, and 5 recent calls Shared with fans.
Son Heung-min was asked,'Who would you choose if you were given 5 minutes to spend with anyone, covering the past and present?'
Sohn Heung-min hesitated for a moment, saying, "It's too many to answer," and said, "I want to meet Cristiano Ronaldo."
Son Heung-min said, "I want to talk not only about soccer, such as how to prepare, but also outside of soccer," he said. "As you all know, Ronaldo is a different world, so I want to meet."
Son Heung-min was the first to disclose the photos he took with his parents when he was awarded the FIFA Pushka Award for the best goal of the year when asked to show the five photos he took recently.
He also showed a picture of her childhood, saying, "I don't remember well, but I think it was four or five years old."
The picture of a little boy sitting with a soccer ball much larger than his face says 1995, so it seems that Son Heung-min was at the age of four at our age.
Son Heung-min also cherished a photo of training in the Korean national team and a photo posted when he received the Premier League Player of the Month Award.
Songs Heung-min Son recently heard include Mariah Carey's Christmas carols, Justin Bieber and Pink Sweatshirts.
Son Heung-min did not miss out on K-pop and BTS (BTS), which he often mentioned so far.
Son Heung-min said, "BTS songs give me strength and make me think of Korea.'Dynamite' is really good. I heard a lot," he said. "I talk about BTS often so I seem to be a huge fan. I laughed saying "I'm a fan".
(Photo = Getty Image Korea)