KEPCO’s veteran middle blocker Shin Young-seok (37), who gave away the 2nd set first and won the 3rd set, stuck out his tongue. Expressing that “blood is drying,” he smiled and asked, “Isn’t it fun from a volleyball box office perspective?”

KEPCO won with a set score of 3-2 (24-26 21-25 25-21 25-22 15-8) in the Dodram 2022-23 season V-League men’s round 5 match against Woori Card held at Suwon Indoor Gymnasium on the 12th. .

KEPCO recorded 13 wins and 15 losses (41 points), tied with Woori Card (41 points, 14 wins and 14 losses) in 3rd place, and became 4th after being pushed by many wins. 슬롯사이트

On this day, Shin Young-seok scored 11 points, including 6 blocks, and had an attack success rate of 83.33%. If Thais less host (registered name Thais), who scored the most points (32 points) among both teams, showed off a sharp attack, Shin Young-seok played the role of a thick ‘shield’.

He led KEPCO’s jump to 4th place by blocking the opponent’s attack at every juncture.

Shin Young-seok said, “I gave up 1 or 2 sets and was disappointed in myself.”

KEPCO is playing a lot of full sets this season. Shin Young-seok emphasized the importance of one ball and one point.

He said, “When I first came to KEPCO, I still have vivid memories of not being able to go up to spring volleyball because I lacked one point.”

As KEPCO fell into a 9-game losing streak in the middle of the season, spring volleyball looked difficult, but it is gaining strength by staying at the halfway point.

Shin Young-seok also reported the difficulties of the blood-drying ranking competition. Woori Card and KEPCO, who are currently in 3rd place, are tied with 41 points, and OK Financial Group (39 points) is closely chasing in 5th place.

Recently, the rankings have become more confusing as the lower-ranking teams took out the upper-ranking teams one after another. KB Insurance (32 points) is still holding out hope for the postseason.

“Actually, I can’t sleep,” he sighed, “the players inside (the court) are bleeding. It can go up or down depending on one point.”

Looking at the reporters, Shin Young-seok laughed, “Still, it’s interesting in terms of volleyball box office. In the case of the women’s division, you don’t know who will win.”

Shin Young-seok, who set the record for the most blocks in the V-League this season, showed a strong will to win as a team, not an individual record.

“Actually, I don’t have time to think about personal records,” he said. “Even if I catch one block, I’ll do my best for it. If I’m greedy, I’ll set a record that will never be broken, but first of all, my top priority is to contribute to the team somehow and help them win.” “he said.

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