Reporter Kwon Hyeok-joon = KGC Ginseng Corporation coach Hee-jin Goh, who took the helm of women’s volleyball for the first time this season, couldn’t hide a smile at Ho-young Jeong (22)’s rapid growth. Coach Goh cheered for the pupil’s performance, saying, “Even if he looks like a slug, he’s a smart player.”
KGC Ginseng Corporation won with a set score of 3-1 (25-19 25-23 22-25 25-19) in a match against Heungkuk Life Insurance in the Dodram 2022-23 V-League Women’s Division held at Incheon Samsan Gymnasium on the 25th.
KGC Ginseng Corporation, which was recording 6 consecutive losses, including 3 losses this season, won a valuable victory that broke the ‘Heungkuk Life Insurance Jinx’ on this day.
After the game, coach Koh said, “It was an important game ahead of the All-Star break. There were many mistakes, but the result was good, so I am grateful to the players.”
On this day, KGC Ginseng Corporation’s victory was indispensable to Jeong Ho-young’s performance. Middle blocker Jeong Ho-yeong scored the most points on the day, including 3 blocks, with 21 points, second only to Elisabeth Ine Barga (25 points). The 18 points is also the highest individual score since her professional debut.
Coach Goh said, “Jung Ho-young did a good job,” but “I’m not satisfied. Today, there was a side where the opponent’s middle blocker was low. You can’t be satisfied with the present, you have to train to be close to perfection.”
It was a ‘whip’ that encouraged players, but along with it, it also revealed expectations for disciples. 메이저사이트
Coach Goh said, “To Jung Ho-young, he looks like a slacker, but he’s quick to understand and smart.”
He said, “I was afraid at first (Jung Ho-young’s Jung-yong) because I was able to go stably with one veteran,” he said. It will be embarrassing,” he said.
Coach Lee Na-do, who played the best game since his debut, pushed Jeong Ho-young a little more. He was reprimanded for the somewhat disappointing performance in the third set. The scene where director Koh called and talked to Jeong Ho-young separately during the set was captured.
Coach Goh said, “I do well when things go well, but when things don’t go well, I fall below average.”
He encouraged, “Still, he came back to life in the 4th set and gave me good attacks and blocking, so thank you.”
On the other hand, Heungkuk Life Insurance’s acting manager Kim Dae-gyeong, who gave up the game, also said that Jeong Ho-young’s performance was great. Acting Kim said, “I tried to shake the receive, but the opponent held up well, and as a result, a lot of plays using Jeong Ho-young came out.” “It was an important game, but I tried not to burden the players, but the game was static. I will prepare well,” he said.