Kwak Tae-geun's parents were both educators, and they expected him to also enter the teaching profession.
But in his sophomore year in high school, his father bought him a VCR and the first movie he rented was Rain Man.
As a member of the South Korea national team, Park won 100 caps and scored 13 goals, and was a member of the team that finished fourth at the 2002 FIFA World Cup.
Her hubby Ji Sung looks equally tired but content as he drapes one arm around his wifey and the other to strike a couple pose with her. Compare the picture above with the one snapped earlier this spring of the couple at their baby shower, clearly a lot less energy now that the happy has arrived but with the same happy synergy flowing between them.
They always have similar expressions, poses, and tend to lean in to each other in pictures, which body language experts will highlight as undeniable signs of a couple who are still in love and into each other.
It's quite the same scenario as Edwin." Park, a club ambassador at United, is keen to take a similar route, but has not picked up the phone to executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward to enquire about opportunities at Old Trafford. "But actually I want to have more experience in Europe because still the system, organisation-wise, Europe is better. "One day probably I will go back to my country or Asia to use my skills and to try and develop our football generally in Asia.
Before Park's studies finish in mid-July comes the small matter of lining up at the Nou Camp.