Do you remember Moon Tae-jong, a "mixed-race naturalized player" who made a name for himself as a
KBL special shooter and won an Asian Games gold medal with his country?

Reporter Lee Jung-chan introduces his son, Jae-rin-kun, who inherits his father's talent and dreams of becoming a Taegeuk mark for generations.

<Reporter> Moon Tae-jong,
who made his KBL debut in the
2010 Mixed-Race Player Special Draft, has made a name for himself as a "special shooter" in Korea for nine seasons.

After being "specially naturalized", he also played for the national team, most notably as a member of the gold medal team at the 9 Asian Games in Incheon.

His 2014-year-old son, Jae-Lin, spent his childhood in South Korea with his father, and [Jaelin Stevenson/Seaforth High School forward: I remember hitting 17-pointers,

I want to emulate my dad as a great player.]

Since Moon Tae-jong retired four years ago, he has "grown up a storm" in the United States under the guidance of his father.

A 3-meter-4-centimeter forward with excellent athleticism and a shooting ability that resembles his father, he is considered one of the top 2 prospects in the United States in his second year of high school.

[Moon Tae-jong/Seaforth High School Coach: He's very tall, and he's good at a lot of things that short players can do, and he's a lot better than I was when I was 8.]

Jaelin, who has been receiving "love calls" from top basketball universities, has another dream along with entering the NBA.

Like my father, I want to be a member of the South Korean national team.

[Jaryn Stevenson/Seaforth High School Forward: I want to play for Korea, I want to contribute to Korean basketball like my father.]

[Moon Tae-jong/Seaforth High School Coach: If I play for the country I grew up in, my whole family will be very proud.]

While the National Basketball Association is pushing for the special naturalization of Jae-rin-gun, Moon Tae-jong-Jae-rin plans to enter the country soon and begin the process of wearing the Taegeuk mark.

[I love you.]

(Video Interview: Lee Byung-joo, Video Editing: So Ji-hye, CG: Kim Moon-sung)