“A gold medal unconditionally!” Self-respecting taekwondo suzerain, vows to ‘restore honor’ in Hangzhou

Korea’s Taekwondo seeks ‘recovery of honor’ at the Hangzhou Asian Games.

Korea, the ‘Suzerain’, was a self-proclaimed Taekwondo powerhouse. He won 5 gold medals, 5 silver medals and 2 bronze medals at the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Asian Games. Regardless of competition (3 gold, 4 silver, 1 bronze) and poomsae (2 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze), they showed their best skills. At the Tokyo Olympics, he properly damaged his pride. I couldn’t even get a single gold medal around my neck. gritted it It is a determination to regain pride in the Hangzhou Asian Games, which is about a month away.안전놀이터

At the D-30 Media Day of the Hangzhou Asian Games held at the Pilseung Hall in the Jincheon Training Center in Chungcheongbuk-do, Kim Yoo-jin (female 57kg class), a rising star of women’s taekwondo, said, “This is the first Asian game, and since it is the birthplace of Taekwondo, I do it with a sense of responsibility. My goal is unconditional first place. I want to achieve good results. I am determined to win the gold medal unconditionally. All the players are working hard in training. Everyone is working hard, so the atmosphere is good.”

Jin Ho-jun (male 68kg class), who is called ‘Post Lee Dae-hoon’, also said, “The results at the Tokyo Olympics (Taekwondo) were not so good, but everyone is preparing their best. I am preparing for it. I think it is possible enough. The word ‘post Lee Dae-hoon’ is good, but there is a burden. I will try to become a player worthy of the nickname.”

‘Taekwondo signboard’ Jang Jun (male 58kg class) is determined to publicize the charm of taekwondo. Jangjun said, “There are many people who say that Taekwondo is not fun these days. As it has changed to a round system, there are more aggressive parts. It will become fun. You need points to maintain your ranking, but this tournament is a tournament that gives you a lot of ranking points. It’s really very important. ” said

Meanwhile, ‘veteran’ Lee Da-bin (female over 67 kg) is aiming for three consecutive victories following Incheon in 2014 and Jakarta-Palembang in 2018. He said, “It’s the third challenge, so it’s very meaningful. Not only nationally, but also personally. I’m preparing more intensively than the previous competitions.”

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