“I will try to set a good example for my juniors by playing on the court rather than talking about it.”
The Korea University basketball team has been conducting winter training in Geoje, Gyeongsangnam-do since the 13th. In the first week,토토사이트 they will have a practice game against Yeosu Hwayang High School and Muryong High School, and from the second week, they will invite Cheongshin Heung High School, Masan High School, and Sangsan Electronic High School to prepare for the finale.
Park Joon-hyung did not participate in the first week of field training due to a calf injury, but will start competing in the second week.
Park Joon-hyung, who we met at the gym on the 17th, said, “I’m not in perfect shape yet. But I’m still working hard and I’ll show a good look soon. I’m going to participate in a practice game from next week, but I’ll do well in the upcoming U-League. “He promised.
Currently, there are many players on the Korea University roster who boast aggressive and flashy plays. That’s why it’s not flashy, but it’s essential that the 3rd grader Park Jun-hyung, who is good at dirty work and contributes to the team’s victory with his invisible performance.
Park Jun-hyung said, “Since there are many people in the team who can attack, I thought I would help the team by doing dirty work in defense. I often watch senior Moon Seong-gon’s play and try to copy him.”
Park Joon-hyeong is a great help in defense with his fighting spirit from behind the goal, but he did not play a large role in attack. Especially last season, Park Jun-hyung often hesitated to shoot, so his opposing team even played a sagging defense against him.
He said, “It is true that I was hesitant about shooting. But this year will be different. I practiced a lot and when I get a chance, I try to be confident. But next season, I will be aggressive. To make up for my shortcomings, I exercise every night at night. Now, I feel uncomfortable if I do not exercise.”
Lastly, Park Joon-hyeong said, “I will try to help my seniors to take center stage on the team and set a good example for my juniors by playing on the court, not just words.”