‘Wonsan bombing’, senior ‘headbutted’ on court during game…what’s going on in front of juniors?

The behavior of putting your arms behind your back and supporting the floor only with your feet and head is called ‘Wonsan Bombing’.

In the military, it’s called a kind of stagger, and you can think of it as a combination of the stomach drop and the fever dream.
But during the game, the senior was in front of the junior, with his head in the court and his hands on his hips.

What happened?
On the 3rd of this month, the Dodram 2023~2024 V-League match between OK Financial Group and Woori Card was held at Ansan Sangroksu Gymnasium in Gyeonggi Province.

The two teams battled fiercely, going to a full set.

Matej exploded for 42 points, including 15 back attacks, four service aces, and two blocks, to help Woori Card win the set 3-2 (25-21 21-25 25-19 28-30 15-13).

In addition to Matej, Woori Card was supported by 16 points from Han Sung-jung and 14 points from Kim Ji-han.

In particular, Han Sung-jeong was the lifeblood of the offense, playing both offense and defense with a high offensive success rate (51.81%) in 13 matches this season.

Her high success rate in timeouts (9th in the league) adds to the versatility of Woori Card’s offense, while her 39.94% receiving efficiency and 1.766 digs per set make her a standout on defense.

That’s sixth best in the league, second only to liberos.
After being traded to KB Insurance and returning after a year and five months, he is indispensable to the team as he is responsible for the offense, defense, and team atmosphere.

However, in this game, Han Sung-jeong hit himself in the head with an ice pick. Why?
In the first set, Han Sung-jung hit a ball from setter Han Tae-joon, but she failed to hit it and saw Han Tae-joon’s face.

Han Tae-joon was blaming himself for his mistake, and when she saw this, Han Sun-jung said, “It’s all my fault,” and slammed her head into the court. 바카라사이트

The teenage setter, Han Tae-joon (19), created a funny situation so that he could play his game without being intimidated.
Seeing this, Han Tae-joon approached Han Sung-jung, laughed with her, and continued to play his game unflinchingly.
Han is a young player in his second year as a professional, having been drafted fourth overall in last year’s rookie draft.

After appearing in 18 matches and 45 sets last season, Han has started every match this season as the starting setter.

With 48 sets in 13 matches, he has already surpassed his numbers from last year.

He averages 12.438 sets per set, which ranks first overall.

However, he is still inexperienced and often falters in crunch time.
That’s why Han Sung-jung made the junior feel at ease with his witty “Wonsan bombing” and “headbutt.

Coach Shin Young-cheol also praised her, saying, “Han Sung-jung has become much more mature in terms of skill and mindset than before she joined KB Insurance.”

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