‘Dream I dream every day’ Lee Jae-won of Whimoongo “Pro and national player”

The dream of a Korean basketball prospect.

Whimoon High School, which finished runner-up in the spring league match last March, ended the tournament by being eliminated in the preliminaries at the ’48th Association Long-term National Men’s and Women’s Secondary Basketball Championship’ held in Yeonggwang, Jeollanam-do.

Lee Je-won (194cm), a sophomore at Whimoon High School, swallowed more regret than anyone else. Unable to participate in the spring league match in March due to an ankle injury, he returned at the association shogi competition in April, but could not step on the final stage.

Lee Je-won said, “While cheering for the tournament in March, I had a strong desire to play with my brothers and sisters. Although it is regrettable that I was eliminated from the preliminaries for this tournament, I think that the injured brothers can challenge for the championship again when they come back. Prepare harder, and the goal is to win the league president’s term in May!”

Lee Je-won caught a basketball as a hobby when he was in elementary school. Lee Je-won, who became interested in basketball at the club, dreamed of becoming a basketball player.

“I started playing basketball for the first time when I was in the second grade of elementary school,” Jewon said, “I joined the club’s national team because basketball was fun. I decided to play elite basketball while having .

“My parents actively supported and cheered me on. I started playing elite basketball when I went to Whimoon Middle School. I worked out 3 times a week at the club, but I worked out 6 days a week here, so it was difficult at first, but it was okay as I got used to it. I lost. I have no regrets because I chose it.” 

In the third year of middle school, Lee Je-won stood out. He said, “When I was in my third year of middle school, I went to competitions and won a lot. I gained confidence in basketball, and I think I was good at basketball.”

His growth did not stop there. Lee Je-won, who became a high school student, proudly passed the KBL Prospective Player Overseas Training Project in November 2022, and learned basketball with Jang Hyuk-jun from Yongsan High School for two months in January at the IMG Academy in Florida, USA.

Lee Je-won laughed,먹튀검증 “I did a lot of personal exercise and one-on-one, so my style was different from my country. I focused on my skills and it was nice to learn American culture.” seemed

Lastly, I drew the future of basketball player Lee Je-won.

Lee Je-won said, “My role models are Song Kyo-chang and Lee Jung-hyun (Samsung). When I was in middle school, I thought that our positions were similar, so I took Song Gyo-chang as a role model and followed him. It’s gotten better,” he said. “I’m on the tall side at position (2-3), so I’m confident in posting up when a little guy blocks it, and playing on the perimeter when a big guy blocks it. Every time I practice, I become a professional player and wear my uniform. I imagine wearing it. Not only as a pro, but I also want to work harder and wear the national team uniform.”

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