|Date of Birth:||1998, January 6|
|Age:||22 years old|
|Birth Nation:||South Korea|
|Height:||5 Feet 7 Inch|
|Birth Name||Lee Seung-woo|
|Birth Place||Suwon, South Korea|
|Famous Name||Lee Seung-woo|
|Currently Working For||-|
|World Cup Game||2|
The South Korean professional footballer, Lee Seung-woo aka Korean Messi currently plays for Hellas Verona as a left winger, wearing the shirt No. 16. A full international since 2018, Seung-woo represented the South Korea national team in the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Reportedly, the 21 years old earns €156,000 per annum as his salary. With a colossal earning, his net worth is assumed no less than the six digit figure. As per his love life, Seung-woo is possibly single and unmarried.
As of 2019, Lee Seung-Woo's net worth is estimated around the six digit figure. Currently, he earns €3000 weekly which is €156,000 per annum as salary through his present club.
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Besides, his current market value is around €1.2 million. Seeing his works, his net worth is sure to increase in the coming days.
The 21-year footballer seems to be living a single life. He has kept his personal life out of the reach of media. As there are no rumors or news of his relationship. He seems to be busy making his football career rather than spending much time on his personal matters.
Lee Seung-woo was born in 1998, January, 6 in Suwon, South Korea. As for education, Lee attended high school. He played football during his youth but when it came to a career, he chose football. And, this player grew up in as South Korea' Lionel Messi and it is not a surprise.
At the age of 13, Lee breaks a record set by today's Lionel Messi.
He scored 39 goals in 29 games for the under-13s. After being the top scorer in the 2010 Danone Nations Cup, he caught the attention of FC Barcelona.
Lee joined Italian club Hellas Verona, on 31 August 2017 for a fee of €1.5 million for 4 years. Barcelona maintains the option to repurchase him until 2019 for an undisclosed fee,
In 2017, Lee made a debut for Verona. He scored his first Serie A goal in an away match which was against Milan.
Lee made his first international debut as a part of South Korea's U-16 team competing for the 2014 AFC U-16 Championship qualification and scored a hat-trick in 34 minutes against Laos.
One of his best performance came against Japan during the semifinals as he scored 5 goals and assisted 4others in 5 total matches, earning the title as tournament MVP.
Lee was the youngest member of South Korea's U-18 team which participated in the Suwon JS Cup in 2015. He played a big part in South Korea's 2–0 victory over Honduras in 2018 in Daegu Stadium.