Kim Hae-ran of Heungkuk Life Insurance, one of the best liberos in Korea, is showing fighting spirit in every game.
Who is the person who inspires Kim Hae-ran the most?
Reporter Hong Seok-joon met.
Kim Hae-ran, a 38-year-old veteran who catches the ball without sacrificing himself.
In his second season, which follows his return from childbirth, Kim Hae-ran shows off his original skills even with his sluggish knee.
<Kim Hae-ran / Heungkuk Life Insurance Libero> “It’s much better than last season and it doesn’t hurt, but it doesn’t interfere with the game.” 토토
‘Volleyball Empress’ Kim Yeon-kyung, who was the first to eat a pot of rice with her team, also admired Kim Hae-ran’s play.
<Kim Yeon-kyung / Heungkuk Life Insurance> “Haeran seems to be amazing. Now it’s not easy to raise children and do a full- time job…”
These days, Kim Hae-ran is being called ‘Mom Power’ more than her original nickname ‘Dig Queen’.
<Kim Hae-ran / Heungkuk Life Insurance Libero> “I really like it. I think it would be nice if the ‘Mom Power’ mothers would cheer up a little while watching me.”
Kim Hae-ran says that the driving force behind his strength on the court is his son Ha-yul, who has just turned two years old.
<Kim Hae-ran / Heungkuk Life Insurance Libero> “I think I recognize (that my mother is a volleyball player). Every day, I say ‘volleyball bread’ and ‘like this, like this.’
Following last year, Haeran Kim is preparing a special gift of donation for her son’s birthday this year.
<Kim Haeran / Heungkuk Life Insurance Libero> “I’m still looking at it because I don’t know where to go. I’m thinking of doing it in my son’s name.”
Kim Hae-ran, who shows her mother’s potential, challenges the team’s championship this season and ‘the most selected all-star’ in the hunt for two rabbits.
This is Hong Seok-joon from Yonhap News TV.