Well I'm not familiar with the brand myself, but if I wanted a good Iron for starting off I would stick with a brand I know and can get lots of different tips for easily. Like Weller as an example. I'm partial to Hakko, but they are expensive. This is tiny bit more but I think it would be a much better beginner's iron to start off with:
https://www.amazon.c... iron soldering
And yes you would need a solder pump and also pick up some solder wick as well. I'm not nearly as much of a stickler on any specific solder pump to use since I've used several over the years, and they pretty much all work the same to me. I now use a de-soldering iron but that is quite a bit more expensive, especially for the beginner if this is something you may not want to invest a lot into.
On the solder side of things, I'm partial to Kester brand, but it isn't cheap and I have to resort to Amazon to get it since none of my local shops carry it. But honestly, most any solder will do. Just grab a 60/40 blend that has flux in the core to make it easier. The thinner the solder you get the easier it will be to work with as well. So don't get anything too thick. I have various widths on hand but usually use .032 diameter, but I have some even smaller stuff I use as well that is higher quality on smaller stuff.
Hope that helps?