“Who took my rice cooker?” ‘Wolle’ Kim Min-jae’s rice cooker theft case is also a topic in English books

The theft of a rice cooker shortly after the transfer of ‘wallflower’ defender Kim Min-jae to Bayern Munich is a hot topic.

A report by German media outlet Bild was picked up by a series of British media outlets, including the Daily Mail, as well as Korean media. On July 19 (KST), the Daily Mail reported that “Bayern Munich defender Kim Min-jae had a rice cooker stolen from outside his new home shortly after he moved to Munich from Napoli in July.

According to Bild, Kim Min-jae had a rice cooker stolen from outside his new home in Munich. He left the cooker in front of his house and went to move another box, but when he returned, the cooker was gone. However, his agent quickly added that the new cooker was flown in from South Korea, so there was no problem.

The reason why British media outlets are so interested in the story of Kim Min-jae, who has developed into a world-class center back at Napoli, is because of the Man United link. ‘Kim turned down the chance to join Manchester United when he joined Bayern Munich,’ the outlet reports. Since joining Bayern Munich, he has made 17 appearances for the club.

It’s also worth noting that he’s partnered with Harry Kane, Son’s best friend, at Bayern Munich and is responsible for the German champions’ offense. ‘Napoli’s Kim Min-jae won the Serie A title with Napoli last season,’ the Daily Mail reports, adding that Kane is also in the mix. ‘Harry Kane also moved to Munich last summer, staying in a £10,000-a-night hotel while his family remained in London, and has reportedly recently moved into his own place,’ the paper continued, ‘Kane has continued his unbelievable goal-scoring form since joining Bayern Munich. He has already scored 21 goals in 16 games. 보스토토

Kim, who also played full time against Han Pan Singapore and showed off his iron-clad defense and build-up play, will face China in the second Asian qualifier for the 2026 World Cup at the Shenzhen Universiade Sports Center on June 21 before returning to Germany to prepare for the match against Cologne on June 25.

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