The Republic of Korea (RoK)’s football star Park Ji-sung is planning to play in a charity match in Vietnam.

Park, who plays for Manchester United, will line up alongside fellow teammates Patrice Evra and Edwin Van de Sar along with former Juventus hitman Pavel Nedved and Manchester City's Carlos Tevez.

The match, which is scheduled for June 15, has received support from the Vietnam Football Federation who also said they were making detailed plans in preparation for the event.

Park's agent company is looking into a suitable venue for the game and money raised through ticket sales will be given to the VFF to develop the nation's junior football movement.

Park, who played a key role in RoK’s World Cup 2010 campaign, also introduced his JS Foundation that focuses on charitable activities in Southeast Asia on Feb. 9.

Park said goodbye to the national team in January after winning his 100th cap in a match against Japan during the Asian Cup.

Park has played in three World Cups, scoring in each tournament, and is one of the greatest Asian players ever to put on a football shirt./.