Juniors who are as loyal as their skills.
On the 23rd, Yeosu Hwayang High School met Sangmu Basketball Team of the Armed Forces Sports Corps through the ‘Elite Used Basketball Talent Donation Program’ at Heungkuk Indoor Gymnasium in Yeosu, Jeollanam-do.
The talent donation, hosted and supervised by the Korea Middle and High School Basketball Federation and Sangmu Basketball Team, started on the 15th at Samil Middle and High School, followed by Seongnam Middle School and Naksaeng High School (16th), Incheon Annam Middle School and Jemulpo High School (18th), and Gwangshin Middle School and Kwangsinbang Preliminary High School (19th). , Whimoon Middle School, Hongik University Middle School, and High School (20th), and on the 23rd, it was held at Yeocheon Middle School and Hwayang High School.
Park In-seop (G, 176cm), a senior at Hwayang High School, waited to meet a role model through talent donation.
Park In-seop remembered his first meeting, saying, “Heo Hoon entered the gym, and my chest became magnificent.”
In the past, Park In-seop mentioned Heo Hoon as a role model through an interview. Kim Nak-hyun, a senior at Hwayang High School who saw this article, told a joke mixed with her alma mater juniors.
Park In-seop, who said, “Still, Heo Hoon,” said, “I also respect senior Kim Nak-hyun from my hometown and alma mater.”
Park In-seop focused on not missing the movements of his role model and alma mater senior during his talent donation. Heo Hoon taught 1:1 offense and defense, and Kim Nak-hyun taught 2:2 play.
Park In-seop said, “It was good to learn what a guard needs from good players. Personally, I was curious about 2-on-2, but it was helpful because he informed me in detail. It was a good time learning 1-on-1 as well.”메이저놀이터
In the 5v5 mini game after the talent donation, Inseop Park showed off his strength against Sangmu to his heart’s content. He confidently performed one-on-one attacks such as dribble and floater.
Park In-seop promised, “I will try to make what I learned from good brothers my own. I will become a better player through talent donation.”