Volleyball queen Kim Yeon-kyung criticizes the national team for recovering from a shock loss

Kim Yeon-kyung (Heungkuk Life Insurance), the so-called ‘Volleyball Empress’, who watched the national team’s juniors win their first win at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games, left a bitter note along with encouragement.

Today (2nd) Kim Yeon-kyung met with her reporters after finishing the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games volleyball women’s match between Korea and Nepal held at the gymnasium of Changqian Campus of Hangzhou Normal University, China. He said, “The most important thing for the national team now is to raise the mood. The team atmosphere was good before the Vietnam game yesterday, but it seemed like they were not able to overcome it mentally. I hope they can overcome it well.”

Yesterday (1st), Korea bowed to Vietnam in the first match of Group C, winning the 1st and 2nd sets and dropping the 3rd, 4th, and 5th sets.

Korea’s chances of advancing to the semifinals decreased as they lost to Vietnam, which was considered one step below them.

Kim Yeon-kyung left the stadium without leaving any comment after the game yesterday 먹튀검증(1st). She went on to say that today (the 2nd), to cheer up the juniors, she came down to the stands before the game, called the juniors’ names one by one, waved their hands, and cheered them on by saying, “Cheer up!”

The national team, supported by Kim Yeon-kyung, succeeded in calming down the mood by winning against Nepal with a set score of 3-0.

In a conversation with reporters, Kim Yeon-kyung asked them not to criticize the players too much and said she hoped everyone would think together about how to create a good environment for future generations.

In response to a question about Park Jeong-ah (Pepper Savings Bank), who showed a poor performance today (2nd), he said, “Park Jeong-ah will have a hard time both physically and mentally.” He added, “(The game itself) did not play much, so she was not able to play well with her teammates. “It doesn’t seem to have come up.”

Park Jeong-ah repeatedly made serve and receive mistakes in the first set against Nepal and was replaced by Pyo Seung-ju ( IBK Industrial Bank of Korea).

Kim Yeon-kyung, who was talking about Park Jeong-ah, pointed out a ‘systemic problem’.

He said, “I feel like the six starting players (for the national team) are not clear,” and added, “I think it would have been better if we had fixed them to some extent, given them opportunities regardless of their performance, and focused on improving their condition.”

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