OK Financial Group coach Seok Jin-wook, who usually wears a training suit, seems to be able to see him wearing a suit more often in the future.

It is because he has seen the ‘suit effect’ that he has been wearing for a long time. OK Financial Group held on the 16th at Sangnoksu Gymnasium in Ansan, Gyeonggi-do, with a set score of 3 to 2 (25-21, 25-21, 22-25, 16-25, 25-21, 25-21, 22-25, 16-25, 15-13).

Coach Seok appeared in a suit before the game that day and said, “I have won (KEPCO) when I wore a suit once, so I tried it on today.” And after the victory that day, “(wearing a suit) worked. I think I will have to keep wearing it,” laughing.

On November 23 last year, coach Seok won the second round match against KEPCO in a suit. And after about 3 months, he took out the suit from the closet and won again against KEPCO.

But there were also parts that were disappointing. I won two sets first, but struggled by giving up the third and fourth sets.

Coach Seok confessed, “I know you gave 4 points on the floater serve. I should have finished the game in the 3rd set, but I felt sorry for that position.” He continued, “In the fourth set, the opponent played very well. When Tais’ serve comes in like that, I can’t stop it.” 메이저놀이터

The performance of the main gun Leo was dazzling. He scored 42 points, the most for both teams, including one successful serve, and his attack success rate was 52. reached 63%. Both the serve and the score flew wildly, setting personal records for the season.

Leo’s serve pierced KEPCO’s coat at every crucial moment. Director Seok raised his thumb, saying, “He has confidence in his serve. He doesn’t order anything in particular.”

Leading setter Lee Min-gyu, who was discharged on the 28th of last month, is also showing signs of adapting quickly to the team. Coach Seok praised him, saying, “After serving in the army, I’m good at that. I wouldn’t have had time to touch the ball, but I managed it well.” He continued, “I don’t order anything special. I know better about toss, so I make it myself.”

OK Financial Group (41 points) won a valuable 2 points that day, but maintained 5th place without any change in the ranking. However, the gap with 3rd place KEPCO (42 points) and 4th place Woori Card (41 points) narrowed the gap, heating up the competition to advance to spring volleyball.

Regarding the fierce spring volleyball competition, coach Seok emphasized, “Sports are fun when you do this. You have to be nervous to take care of your body well.”

Defeat KEPCO coach Kwon Young-min is regretful defeat. Director Kwon said, “It was a performance that wouldn’t be strange even if we lost 3-0 in the first set, and OK Financial Group was ahead in both technology and mental aspects.” I was able to go all the way to the 5th set. I had a chance to win, but it’s a pity.”

Regarding the opponent’s main gun, Leo, who boasted a strong serve, he said, “The ball had to go in while spinning, but it was non-rotating. It was like an attack, not a serve.”

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