Shin Jin-seo, 9th dan, Returns to China After a Month

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[Asian Games] Shin Jin-seo, 9th dan, Returns to China After a Month, “I Must be Very Determined”

Shin Jin-seo (23), 9th dan, the ‘absolute best’ in Korean Baduk, returned to China after a month.

Shin Jin-seo won his second win and lifted the trophy in the third round of the final of the Eungssi Cup World Baduk Championship held in Shanghai, China on the 23rd of last month.

Thanks to this, Korea regained the top spot 14 years after Choi Cheol-han's 9th Dan victory in 2009 and achieved the feat of winning a total of 6 times. 바카라사이트

A month later, Shin Jin-seo visited China again on the 22nd.

This is to repeat the 'gold medal sweep' in Baduk, which returned to the Asian Games after 13 years.

At the 2010 Guangzhou Games, where Korean baduk was first introduced, it dominated three gold medals, including the men's and women's team event and mixed doubles event.

Afterwards, Baduk was excluded from the 2014 Incheon Games and the 2018 Jakarta/Palembang Games, but returned at the Hangzhou Games.

Shin Jin-seo, whom we met at Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport on this day, said, "I think I have a special determination because I came as a player for the Asian Games, a global festival, not a baduk competition," and expressed his determination to use my capabilities to the best of my ability.

He said, "I was worried about my poor condition after the Eung Cup, but I have come back a lot recently.

I have played a lot of practice games, so I expect to be able to show my skills."

9th dan Park Jeong-hwan, who will compete in the men's individual event along with Shin Jin-seo, has experience participating in the Guangzhou competition 13 years ago.

Park Jung-hwan, at the age of 17, won two gold medals in the competition, including gold medals in the mixed doubles and men's team event.

This is why Shin Jin-seo separately advised Park Jung-hwan about the Asian Games.

Shin Jin-seo said, “When I asked him, he said, ‘It’s a little different than usual and I’m more nervous.’”

He said, "I don't know what kind of atmosphere we will play in, but I will show my skills to the best of my ability without being hindered by external factors."

He then emphasized, "I don't know when it will be adopted as an official sport, so I will work hard with the thought that it will be the last time."

There are three gold medals at stake in Baduk, including the men's individual event and the men's and women's team event.

In the men's event, Shin Jin-seo, Park Jeong-hwan, Byun Sang-il, Kim Myung-hoon, Shin Min-jun, and Lee Ji-hyeon 9-dan participated, and in the women's event, Choi Jeong, Oh Yu-jin 9-dan, Kim Chae-young 8-dan, and Kim Eun-ji 6-dan were selected.

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