For context, the two top teams in Korea in recent years are Incheon Red Angels and Gyeongju. Incheon are more top since they’ve won something like the past 10 league titles – Gyeongju can match them, just never surpass them. So for me it’s slightly odd that Ji went to Suwon FC. However she did say that she had offers from big clubs in Europe and the US, but she wanted to play in Korea to do her bit for the women’s game, so joining isn’t primarily about winning more titles. Suwon FC have been pretty good about promoting their women’s team equally with their men’s team, so it’s a decent club.
Ji has never actually played in Korea before – she joined a Japanese team as a teenager, then went to Chelsea after facing them in the Club World Cup or whatever it was called.