Korea and Japan are leading Asian nations but rarely have generational talents from each state played together at the same club.
Considering that, we are witnessing a rare spectacle as exceptional talents Lee Kang-in and Takefusa Kubo will be playing alongside each other at Real Mallorca in the LaLiga this season.
Together with Russell Tan, the regional Head of Marketing & Strategy for LaLiga and the founder of The Goal Assembly, we discuss several questions: What does this move mean for Kang-in and Take Kubo? How will they play alongside each other? What does this mean for Real Mallorca? Most importantly, what impact does this have in Asia?
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