Svasco at bigsoccer.com has kindly provided this profile of new Ardija coach Jang Wae-Ryong (as he anglicises the name):
"Jang Wae-ryong was virtually unknown until 2005, when he took Incheon United, a rookie club, to the K-League finals, as a temporary manager. This sensational story was eventually created into a documentary called bi-sang (飛上), which is on Youtube, here.
"From what I understand, he places an emphasis on:
1. Defense - defense must start from offense 2. The ball must be in front of the opposition's goal within 7 seconds 3. Aggressive and fair play
"Korean coaches are often stereotyped as hot-tempered but from what I've heard, he is a gentleman. He is constantly trying to learn, which is why he obtained JFA's "A" coaching liscense before his return to Korea. Under his leadership, he unearthed many hidden gems, such as Korea's starting striker, Lee Keun-ho. He also took Kim Chi-woo, a nobody into Korea's starting defense line-up during the Asian Cup. In addition, Dzenan Radoncic who was with Incheon since 2005, who also played in the J-League, has announced his wish to naturalize to Korean citizenship.
"After his successful season, he quickly left to England to learn how clubs are managed in the Premiership. He was with Fulham and Arsenal for a year. However, Incheon has been rather lackadaisical upon his return but... your club is very fortunate to have him. Incheon's 2006 success was carefully crafted and Jang predicted the result before the season even started. He accurately predicted the number of wins, draws and losses in front of his doubtful players, as they too, were practically nobodies. As a result, Incheon's supporters are among the most faithful.
"If you give the man some time, I'm sure that your club will achieve something great. Good luck."