Chinese fan crosses the line with ‘Son Heung-min and a wheelchair’…”Inferiority complex towards Korea is the reason”

Seo Kyung-duk, a professor at Sungshin Women’s University in Seoul, said that the recent provocations by Chinese soccer fans toward Korean soccer “reflect their inferiority complex toward Korea.”

Recently, photos and videos of Son Heung-min sitting in a wheelchair have been shared on Chinese media, including Weibo. In another photo, the names of Kim Min-jae, Son Heung-min, Hwang Hee-chan, and Lee Kang-in were written in Chinese 카지노사이트 on a garbage bag.

During the final match between South Korea and China at the FIFA Confederations Cup North America 2026 Asia Second Qualifying Round at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on Nov. 11, Son Heung-min and Chinese fans had a nerve-wracking encounter.

When about 3,000 Chinese fans booed Son Heung-min, he responded by showing the score of last year’s match against China, “3-0,” with his finger.

“We have received many reports of these photoshopped photos from social media users. It crossed the line. It shows how serious the current ‘hate’ in China is,” said Dr. Seo.

“As the Korean national soccer team has recently attracted the world’s attention in Europe, the inferiority complex of the Chinese people is getting worse,” he analyzed, adding, “They should exercise restraint, as their warped ideas about China will only worsen bilateral relations.”

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