What happened to Hwang Dae-heon in China?… Terrorist attack on the dormitory
The Short Track World Cup will be held on the home stage for the first time in 6 years.
However, it is said that an unpleasant incident occurred with Hwang Dae-heon, the Korean national team player, at the 3rd World Cup in China, the previous tournament.
The World Skating Union and ISU Short Track World Cup will be held in one’s home for the first time in 6 years.
‘Sign star’ Hwang Dae-heon did not attend the media day announcing the competition. 토토사이트
It turns out that there was an unfortunate incident at the previous competition.
Not only were they booed at the third World Cup held in China, but some Chinese fans even broke into the Korean players’ dormitories.
<Ahn Jung-hyeon / National team coach> “When I heard the story on the spot, it was confirmed that (Hwang Dae-heon) was mocked while filming and other Chinese players’ names were mentioned. There were actions such as a complaint to the ISU…” In
the past, there was a lawsuit against Hwang Dae-heon. He mocked Lin Xiaojun, the current Chinese national team member and naturalized Chinese national, and Lim Hyo-jun, whose Korean name is Lim Hyo-jun, who had previously been involved in unpleasant incidents.
First of all, it was confirmed that Lin Xiaojun would not participate in this tournament due to injury, so the match between the two in Korea was canceled.
The national team, who played their home game in a chaotic atmosphere, is determined to overwhelm everything with their skills.
In particular, Kim Geon-woo and Kim Gil-li, who are ranked first among men and women in the World Cup overall rankings until the third competition, aim to solidify their overall first place in this competition.
<Kim Geon-woo / National Team> “I want to show a better performance in the 4th competition and win the Crystal Glove for first place in the overall rankings.”
<Gil-Lee Kim / National Team> “I missed out on multiple wins due to one mistake, but since it is Seoul’s home, I will try to make up for it and try to win multiple titles.”