Tottenham Hotspur star Heung-min Son took his place centre stage on Friday, as the Korea Republic marked their return to action.
In the nation’s first outing since being sent packing from the Qatar World Cup by Brazil late last year, Jurgen Klinsmann’s troops welcomed South American giants Colombia to Ulsan, for a friendly clash.
An action-packed 90 minutes subsequently played out between the two nations, en route to an eventual 2-2 stalemate.
With 45 minutes on the clock, though, it was the day’s hosts who found themselves in firm control of proceedings.
This came as, first, star attacker Heung-min Son took advantage of a calamitous defensive mixup on Colombia’s part, to bend home a fine left-footed finish inside the ten-minute mark:
Then, on the stroke of the interval, Son was back at it again, on this occasion in even more eye-catching fashion.
Taking responsibility of a Korean free-kick from a presentable position in the visitors’ half, the Spurs standout whipped a gorgeous effort beyond the wall, and inside the left-hand post.
Check out Son’s latest moment of brilliance on the international stage below: