Inchon Cha
Japanese name 車 仁天
Nationality South Korean
Birthday September 10
Height 180 cm (BWY)
Weight 74 kg (BWY)
Blood type O
Position(s) Forward
First appearance
World Youth Hen (1994) chapter 34 "Moment of victory!!"
Level Team Number
Youth National South Korea Youth 9
Club Borussia VfL Mönchengladbach

Inchon Cha (車 仁天, Cha Inchon), Korean: Cha In-Chon, Revised Romanization: Cha Incheon, is a representative of South Korea Youth. He and Yonun I form a two top.

He plays for Borussia VfL Mönchengladbach, in the Bundesliga.


Battle of World Youth ArcEdit

Prior to the Asian Youth Championship, Cha was badly injured after a clash with Shunko Sho.

Chapter of the Asian Youth Championship

Because of the injury, Cha is unable to play in the preliminaries. Still, the South Korean youth team made it through the 1st round.

Cha's absence makes things more difficult for the team in the second round. They only manage to tie against Iraq in the group stage; and later, during the semifinals, they are put in a tough situation, Saudi Arabia is leading 1-0 and has switched to a double stopper formation to protect the lead. At this point, South Korea decides to let Cha plays.

Cha gets past Mark Owairan with his Heavy Tank Dribble, and then ties the game with a middle shot. But later, just before the end of the game, Cha's leg breaks again after a clash with Owairan. The former still manages to pass to I, who manages to score the reversing goal. South Korea advances to the finals, and acquires the right to participate in the World Youth.

The final match is against Japan. Without Cha, South Korea lose 0-2. Cha remarks that they will have their revenge in the World Youth.

World Youth Tournament

South Korea is in the same group with Netherlands, Argentina and Ghana. Even though Cha's in perfect condition now, South Korea is unable to go up against strong teams like Netherlands and Argentina, and is eliminated after the group stage.

Abilities and Special techniques Edit

  • Physical strength
  • Heavy Tank (Jusencha) Dribble: Similar to Kojiro Hyuga's Straight Line Dribble.