Hyundai Capital Jeon Kwang-in watched the match between Hyundai Capital and KEPCO in the 3rd round of the ‘2022-2023 season Dodram V League’ playoff held at Cheonan Yu Gwan-soon Gymnasium on the 28th.
Jeon Kwang-in jumped to block in the game against KEPCO on the 9th, stepped on Seo Jae-deok’s foot during the landing process and injured the ligaments in his right ankle, so he could not participate and watched the game from the stands.
Jeon Kwang-in played 34 games this season, scoring 406 points, attacking success rate of 55.69%, receiving efficiency of 40.04%, and 1.8 digs per set, playing a role like Altoran in attack and defense. The absence of Jeon Kwang-in was a painful reality for Hyundai Capital.
However, Jeon Gwang-in in the spectators immersed himself in the game with more passion than any other player. He was enthusiastic about each goal, and when he made a mistake, his expression of regret was evident. The burning Jeon Kwang-in gulped down the prepared bottled water.
When Hyundai Card caught the 2nd generation and crossed the 8th ridge of victory, Jeon Kwang-in jumped up and applauded his teammates who worked hard and rejoiced together.
After the match ended with Hyundai Engineering & Construction winning, he came out to the court and greeted the crowd with the players, and then gave high fives with the players and had fun.
▲ Jeon Gwang-in in the stands is drinking water with a serious expression when a defensive mistake is made.먹튀검증
▲ Jeon Kwang-in of Hyundai Capital watching the 3rd game of the playoffs with a serious expression.
▲Jeon Kwang-in is happy to clap along with his teammates on the court.
Hyundai Capital won against KEPCO with a set score of 3-1 (25-19 25-19 23-25 25-21). Hyundai Capital was ahead of KEPCO with a series record of 2 wins and 1 loss, and advanced to the championship finals again in 4 years after the 2018-19 season.
Hyundai Capital scored 26 points, the most points scored by Oreoll for both teams. Heo Soo-bong scored 15 points and Kim Myung-gwan 8 points to lead the victory. For KEPCO, Thais scored 18 points, Seo Jae-deok 16 points, and Lim Seong-jin 11 points to challenge for the first championship match in history, but had to bow their heads in defeat.