Park Joo-ho

by MKhanal 30 Jun,2018
Park Joo-ho
Body Stats
Height 5 Feet 9 Inch
Personal Info
Facts
  • Birth Name Park Joo ho
  • Net Worth $ 7,00,000
  • Birth Country Seoul , South Korea
  • Salary € 108000
  • Famous Name Park Joo ho
  • Children Daughter
  • Nationality South Korean
  • Girlfriend Yes
  • Is played fifa word cup 2018 1
  • Squad No 6
  • Caps 37
  • World Cup Game 1
  • Currently Club Ulsan Hyundai FC
  • Rank 632

Park Joo ho is a professional South Korean football player who plays as a  defender for the South Korean national team and the South Korean football club, Ulsan Hyundai FC. He has played for several football clubs such as Mito  HollyHock, Kahmina Antlers, Jubilo Iwata, Basel, 1. FSV Mainz 05, Borussia Dortmund, and it’s youth ranks.

The South Korean defender has played for youth teams of South Korea and made his senior international debut for South Korea in 2010. He is married to his wife, Anna and has two children with her.

How Much is Park Joo Ho Net Worth In 2019? Know His Salary

As of 2019, Park Joo Ho has an estimated net worth of $1 million, mostly earned through his professional football career. Further, his annual salary is reported as €5,000 i,e. €2,600,000 per annum from Ulsan Hyundai FC.

Park Park played with Dortmund in his early days SOURCE: BVB Buzz

Earlier, in 2018, his annual salary was €450,000 with a weekly wage of around €9,000 from Ulsan Hyundai FC. At present, his market worth is in the region of €650,000.

Furthermore, he earns much from his endorsement deal with Nike. In 2018, it revealed that he would be the new model for 'Domino's Pizza.'

Is Park Joo Ho Married? Know His Personal Life

Currently, 32, the South Korean defender pack Joo ho stands at 5 feet 9 inches tall.

Talking about his personal life, he is married to Anna. He met his wife Anna while playing for Basel FC. Anna used to work as a part-time worker at the cafe inside the soccer stadium when the couple met each other and later started dating.

Anna was a part-time worker at the cafe inside of the soccer stadium. I first met her on the plane and ran into her again. We both thought, ‘Oh?’ and we became friends. One day, Anna asked me if we were just friends or if I thought of her as a potential girlfriend. It made me think about our relationship and we started dating. After many twists and turns, Na Eun was suddenly created.

Park Joo Ho with his wife Anna and two children SOURCE: Korea Times

The couple has two children; a daughter named Na Eun, born in 2015 and a son named Geon Hoo, born in 2017.

Park Joo ho Early Career

Park Joo ho was born on 16 January 1987 in Seoul, South Korea. He is of South Korean nationality and has been fond of playing football since his early childhood days. His father named him Park Gil-soo.

He attended Soongsil University and started his playing career with the university.

Park Joo ho Professional Career

He started his senior playing career with the Japanese football club Mito HollyHock in 2008 and was later transferred to the fellow J1 football club, Kashima Antlers, in 2009.

Park was part of the successful team that went on to win the J1 League trophy in 2009. He moved to Jubilo Iwata in 2010.

He was part of the victorious Iwata team that won the J League Cup in 2010. The South Korean defender signed a four-year contract deal with Swiss Super League football club Basel in 2011 and made his debut against FC Luzern on 20 August 2011.

With the team, he was able to win the Swiss Super League in the 2011/12 and 2012/13 seasons.

He later signed a two-year contract with the German football club Mainz 05 in 2013 on a free transfer. He was transferred to the German Bundesliga football club Borussia Dortmund in 2015 and played for their youth teams.

The South Korean defender was the part of the team that went to win the DFB Pokal for the 2016/17 season.

Currently, he is playing for the South Korean football club Ulsan Hyundai, with whom he signed a four-year contract in 2018.

Park Joo Ho International Career

After representing South Korea at the 2007 FIFA World Cup U 20 in Canada, he made his international debut for South Korea against Finland on18 January 2010.

He also played for South Korea at the 2014 FIFA World Cup and 2015 AFC Asian Cup and was included in the 23 men's South Korean team alongside players such as midfielder Son Heung Min and Lee Seung Woo for South Korea led by  Ki Sung Yueng for the 2018 FIFA World Cup 2018 at Russia.

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