Superstar Kim Yeon-kyung, who returned the Taegeuk mark after leading the women’s volleyball semifinal myth at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics held in 2021, put the Taegeuk mark again.
The Korean women’s volleyball team, which will participate in the 2023 International Volleyball Federation Volleyball Nations League (VNL), which kicks off next month, entered the Jincheon National Training Center on the 24th and started training.
Kim Yeon-gyeong, who received the title of ‘advisor’ for this national team, also joined the team wearing a training suit with the Taegeuk mark.
Kim Yeon-kyung took on the role of a bridge between foreign staff and players, including coach Cesar Hernandez’s women’s volleyball team.
“Since I came to Jincheon, I really felt my excitement and was excited to see the players. I’m happy to be playing with the Taegeuk mark after a long time.” “He expressed his determination.
This year’s VNL will be held from the 30th of next month to the 2nd of July in Antalya, Turkey, Brasilia, Brazil, Suwon, Korea, Nagoya, Japan, Hong Kong, and Bangkok, Thailand for three weeks.
Korean women’s volleyball, which reached its peak by advancing to the semifinals of the Tokyo Olympics, is struggling after players who have supported the national team, such as Kim Yeon-kyung, Yang Hyo-jin, and Kim Su-ji, have retired from the national team.토스카지노
In last year’s VNL, which declared a generational change and participated, it left a shabby record of all defeats and draws for the first time since the start of the tournament.
After returning the Taegeuk mark, Kim Yeon-kyung, who felt burdened by looking at the national team juniors who were struggling after returning the Taegeuk mark, started to pass on the experience with the title of advisor.
Coach Hernandez will return to Korea as soon as the schedule for his team, Turkiye Vakif Bank, is over and join the Jincheon Athletes’ Village.
This year, Korean women’s volleyball will start with the VNL, the world qualifiers for the Paris Olympics in September, and the Asian Games in Hangzhou at the end of September.
Park Jung-ah, who is in charge of the national team captain, said, “There are many important matches, so I will prepare hard and bring good results. I will show you my progress every day, so I hope you will cheer me on.”