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South Korean football player
Born: July 8, 1992 (age 29 years), Chuncheon-si, South Korea
Height: 1.83 m
Current teams: Tottenham Hotspur F.C. (#7 / Forward, Midfielder)

Siblings: Heung-yun Son
Parents: Son Woong-jung, Eun Ja Kil
Name Son Heung-Min
Birth date 08-07-1992

Birth Chuncheon (Gangwon-do)
Nationality South Korea
Height 1,83 m
Weight 76 kg

Preferred foot Ambidextrous
Nickname(s) Sonny, Sonaldo
Position Striker (LW)
Usual shirt number 7
Shirt number(s) 40, 11, 17, 9, 15

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Son Heung Min 10 Fast Facts, Biography, Wiki

Son has dated the K-pop singers Bang Min-ah and Yoo So-young, and is currently single.

Son used the suspension of football during the COVID-19 pandemic to complete South Korean mandatory military service.

He was exempted from military service with a gold medal at the Asian Games, but he had to do basic military training regardless of exemption.

He completed basic training in the Republic of Korea Marine Corps in Jeju in April–May 2020, finishing in the top five of 157 trainees.

He is also a fan of League of Legends.

In 2019, Son donated around £100,000 to the victims of the Goseong Fire, which left vast devastation in Goseong County, Gangwon, in his native South Korea. In 2020, Son donated £65,000 in aid, to combat the COVID-19 pandemic in South Korea.

Son Heung-min is a South Korean professional footballer who plays as a forward for Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur and captains the South Korea national team.

Considered one of the best players in the world and the greatest Asian footballer of all time, Son was the first Asian player to score more than 50 goals in the Premier League and win the Premier League Golden Boot award.

Born in Chuncheon, Gangwon Province, Son relocated to Germany to join Hamburger SV at age 16, making his debut in the German Bundesliga in 2010.

In 2013, he moved to Bayer Leverkusen for a club record €10 million before signing for Tottenham for £22 million two years later, becoming the most expensive Asian player in history.

While at Tottenham, Son became the top Asian goalscorer in both Premier League and Champions League history, and surpassed Cha Bum-kun’s record for most goals scored by a Korean player in European competition.

In 2019, he became the second Asian in history to reach and start a UEFA Champions League final after fellow countryman Park Ji-sung. In the 2021–22 season, he won the Premier League Golden Boot award with 23 goals, becoming the first Asian player to do so.

His 23 goals did not include any penalties.

A full international since 2010, Son has represented South Korea at the 2014 and 2018 FIFA World Cups and is his country’s joint top scorer in the World Cup with Park Ji-sung and Ahn Jung-hwan with three goals.

Son has also represented South Korea at the 2018 Asian Games, where the team won gold, as well as the 2011, 2015 and 2019 editions of the AFC Asian Cup. Korea was runner-up in 2015.

Often considered a sports icon, Son is viewed as a symbol of national pride in South Korea for his achievements, and has been listed in Forbes Korea Power Celebrity 40, where he ranked 3rd in 2022.

Son Heung-min is a professional football player from South Korea who plays in the EPL for London based team, Tottenham Hotspurs.

Few South Korean footballers have had an impact as much as Son Heung-min who is a highly recognized football personality in the whole of Asia.

The star who is no stranger to the mainstream media is one of the prolific attackers in the Tottenham Hotspurs squad, who has been on a fiery run in recent times.

Full Name: Son Heung-min
Nicknames: Sonaldo
Date of Birth: 8 July 1992
Age: 29 years old

Place of Birth: Chuncheon-si, South Korea
Nationality: South Korean
Height: 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
Weight: 77 kg

Father: Son Woong-Jung
Mother: Eun Ja Kil
Sibling: Heung-Yun Son (brother)
Occupation: Footballer

Playing Position: Forward
Strong Foot: Right
Current Club/Team: Tottenham

Jersey/Kit Number:
#7 (Tottenham Hotspurs)
#7 (South Korean National football team)
Zodiac Sign: Cancer

Born in South Korea on 8 July 1992 to his father Wong Jung, a former footballer who now works as a manager and mother Eun Ja Kil. His parents were people who loved adventure and thus loved to travel.

At the age of 3, Son left South Korea and attended Mission Heights in New Zealand as an exchange student in order to build his English speaking ability. By the age of 9, his family was back again in South Korea, where Son attended Dongbuk elementary school.

At Dongbuk elementary school, his interest in football began. He thus began playing football then and after graduating from elementary school, he went on to high school. After about a year or less in high school, Son dropped out to focus on football.

In order to build his skills, he joined a football academy, FC Seoul’s academy. While he trained with the team’s academy, he worked as a ball boy during games.

As a young boy trying to build his football skills, Son admired former Crystal Palace player, Lee Chung-Yong.

At the age of 16, Son moved to Hamburger SV via the Korean FA Youth Project. After he participated in the FIFA U-17 World Cup, Son began playing for Hamburger SV actively.

Prior to the onset of the 2010/11 season, Son led Hamburger in goals and was granted a professional contract on the day he turned 18. He began his season in scoring against Chelsea but was injured which left him on the sidelines for two months.

In October 2010 he returned to action and thus earned his first goal in the Bundesliga against FC Köln, which made him the youngest Bundesliga goal scorer for the club. He ended his 2010/11 campaign with 3 goals in 14 matches.

As he prepared for the following season, he registered 18 goals in 9 preseason games. But as the season began, Son suffered from fever and was out of action.

He soon returned to action and during the season he registered 5 goals in 30 games and also helped his team avoid relegation. His final season with Hamburger was his breakthrough season. Son was in top form as he helped his team defeat Bundesliga giant, Dortmund.