Park Hang-seo

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Park Hang-seo
Personal information
Full name Park Hang-seo
Date of birth (1959-01-04) January 4, 1959 (age 59)
Place of birth Sancheong, Gyeongnam, Republic of Korea
Height 1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)
Playing position Midfielder
Youth career
1977–1980 Hanyang University
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1981 Korea First Bank FC (semi-professional)
1981–1983 Army FC (military service)
1984–1988 Lucky-Goldstar Hwangso 99 (15)
National team
1978 South Korea U20
1979–1980 South Korea B
1981 South Korea
Teams managed
2002 South Korea U23
2005–2007 Gyeongnam FC
2008–2010 Chunnam Dragons
2012–2015 Sangju Sangmu
2017 Changwon FC
2017– Vietnam
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only
Park Hang-seo
Hangul 박항서
Hanja 朴恒緖
Revised Romanization Bak Hang-seo
McCune–Reischauer Pak Hang-sŏ

Park Hang-seo is a South Korean football manager and former player. He is currently the head coach of Vietnam national football team and Vietnam national under-23 football team.




Lucky-Goldstar Hwangso



Sangju Sangmu FC


South Korea U23
Vietnam U23

Personal life

Park Hang-seo is a deacon of Kwanglim Methodist Church.[1] He attends Grace River Church at Mỹ Đình when being in Hanoi.[2]


Footballer He was selected as the 20th Asian Youth Championship's representative in 1978, was selected as the second best player of the national team in 1979, and worked as a member of the gallery team in the first place.

In 1981, he began his adult soccer career with the Unemployed First Bank, and immediately joined the army to complete his mandatory service.

He joined Lucky Venus Bulls in 1984, winning the K-League title in 1985 and making a difference in 1986. He retired after the 1988 season.


  1. ^ Nguyễn Trọng Bình. "Chấp sự Park Hang Seo đang dạy các Cơ Đốc nhân ở Việt Nam bài học về sự Cầu Nguyện". Hanoi Evangelical Church. 
  2. ^ Ban biên tập HTC (25 January 2018). "Cầu Nguyện Và Yêu Thương Làm Nên Lịch Sử". Vietnamese Global Christian Network. 

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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Kim Kwang-Hoon
Lucky-Goldstar Hwangso captain
Succeeded by
Jung Hae-Seong
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