There is a boy who was born to refugee parents from the Democratic Republic of the Congo and became a promising wrestler in Korea.
I am Wendy Kim, a 6th grader in elementary school.
He had many restrictions as a second-generation refugee, but the road was finally opened for him to be registered as a full-time player.
Reporter Lee Moo-hyung met.
A player of Cheong Satba overwhelms his opponent with a snatch technique.
This is Wendy Kim, a 6th grade player in elementary school who has good strength and excellent skills compared to her physique.
Wendy Kim, who swept the Gyeonggi-do tournament two years after starting wrestling, is a second-generation refugee with refugee parents from the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
He was born in Korea and has no problems communicating. [Kim Wendy/Ansan Maehwa Elementary School, 6th grader : “I was very skinny in the past, but wrestling
made me stronger and my stamina improved a lot. ” Friend!”] Wendy Kim, who is stateless, has not been able to participate in the national competitions. This was because unless he was a Korean national, he could not register as a wrestler with the Korea Ssireum Association. [Kim Wendy/Ansan Maehwa Elementary School, 6th grader : “I didn’t know either. Why I couldn’t go (to the competition)… I cried (a lot).” In the meantime, I have been steadily suggesting and good news has been delivered.토스카지노
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[Soundbite] Kim Seung-soo/Ansan Maehwa Elementary School Ssireum Club Director : “Wendy herself can only compete with children who have a hobby… It was very disappointing, but I’m glad that I can play a proper game now.”] Same Democratic Republic of the Congo
. Wendy Kim, who is close to Biwesa, a second-generation refugee and track and field athlete, dreams of becoming a famous Korean athlete.