Infielder Kim Joo-won (21), the main player of the gold medal at the Hangzhou Asian Games, has returned to his team, the NC Dinos. On the 9th, he was listed as No. 8 and a interceptor against the Hanwha Eagles in Changwon. He will play immediately without any time off.
He arrived at Incheon International Airport at around 6 p.m. on the evening of the previous day (8th) and crossed into Changwon after 12 a.m. on the 10th. After waking up for a while, he said he came out to the stadium at 9:40 a.m.
Now NC needs its main shortstop Kim Joo-won. His team struggled while he was on the national team. He has won only one game (seven losses) in the last eight games. It fell to fifth place, albeit by a slight margin. It’s an unexpected trend. 토토
Kim Joo-won, who met before the game on the 9th, said, “I felt bad about my team’s performance while I was in the national team. Since I came back with a good result of the gold medal, I hope I can continue the good energy (in my team). It’s nice to wear our team uniform again,” he said. “The season is just around the corner, so I’ll do my best to produce good results,” he said.
In his third year of high school, he was selected for the senior national team and played as the main shortstop. When I was in middle school, I represented the age group and experienced the national team for the first time. It was an Asian Games that had a lot of meaning besides the gold medal.
Kim Joo-won said, “I didn’t hit well while dealing with a pitcher who threw fast balls, but I gained confidence. I was very nervous when I first went to the game. “As I focused on my play, the burden disappeared, and I think I’ve grown without realizing it,” he said.
He also drew attention by saying, “I learned a lot from (Park) Sung-han Lee Hyung and (Kim) Hye-sung, the same infielders in the national team, how to manage my physical strength.”