“Kim Min-jae’s new nickname is K-Wall (K-iron wall).”
“Iron Pillar of Naples” Kim Min-jae (25), who is on a clean sheet march, has another nickname.
On the 26th (Korean time), Italian sports media Napoli Piu wrote in a column titled ‘Naples Rock’ on Kim Min-jae, “Kim Min-jae, an idol from Korea and an Asian giant, has a new nickname, ‘K-Wall’.” This column, in a humorous and unusual format that selects recommended playlists by linking soccer players, stories and music, says,먹튀검증 ‘Kim Min-jae, a Korean big man who suddenly came to Naples from Fenerbahce this season one day, is completely different from Kalidou Koulibaly, who moved to Chelsea. “Senegal captain Koulibaly has yet to take root in London, but Kim Min-jae’s talent and unstoppable play on the main stage are amazing,” he said. “K-Rock? K-Pop? We chose the nickname ‘K-Wall’ for Kim Min-jae,” he said.
The media said it was fate that Kim Min-jae was born in Tongyeong, which is called ‘Naples of the Orient’, and wore a Naples uniform, and emphasized ‘Barriers’ by Busters, a group that mixes hard rock and heavy metal. Kim Min-jae, the ‘centreback duo’ leading Naples’ lead, strongly recommended this song, reminiscent of the ‘wall’ erected by Rahmani in front of the goal, and advised, “Forget Psy’s ‘Gangnam Style’.” At the same time, through PS (PS), ‘Learn about the Korean music scene.
In addition, Verdena’s ‘Castelli per aria’, Black Sabbath’s Black Sabbath, Queens of the Stone Age’s ‘No One Knows’, etc. recommended
On the other hand, Kim Min-jae’s Napoli recorded only 1 loss in 24 league games, scored 58 goals and conceded 15 points, and is overwhelmingly leading with 65 points. They have not lost a goal in the last 5 games in a row, and the difference between them and Inter Milan (47 points) in second place reaches a whopping 18 points.