Bryan Munich Football Clubis best known for its professional football team, which is the most successful club in German football history, having won a record 24 national titles and 17 national cups. Korean players would like to join a football club in a foreign country which is famous than their own football club in Korea. According to Maslow’s Hierarchy of Need Theory, Korean players can have Self- fulfillment of their selves. They can also grow and use their football skill to the fullest potential. When they join the famous football club of the world, they can enjoy the self-respect and desire for achievement, prestige, recognition, reputation.
Their desire for continual personal growth and development- ERG Theory(Clayton Alderfer) can be fulfilled by joining a famous football club. These factors can satisfy their psychological Reward, such as autonomy, opportunity to use ability, sense of challenge, appreciation, and recognition. There are also some tangible Reward- that will be the Korean player’s motivation to join a football club in a foreign country, for example, considerable salary and fringe benefit.
The Korean player will not able to cope with new development/new system (joining a new group). There are different culture and language, they need to learn again. They will be comparing with local football player. They are stay far away with their family and friends. If the stress is too high, Korean players will feel over-pressured and it may affect their job performance.
Korean players can overcome or minimize their stress by being optimism, such as believe that their pursuit of happiness and the German dream will improve once they learn how to speak German. They can also enjoy some leisure time activities to relax.