Managing Directors Song Gyo-chang and Park Jeong-hyeon visited their alma mater (Samil High School), which player do juniors want to see?

Heo Hoon-Kim Nak-hyun are better than their alma mater seniors.

On the 15th, the Armed Forces Athletic Corps (Sangmu) basketball team conducted a talent donation program in search of elite basketball players from Samil Middle and High School.

Samil High School is also the alma mater of Song Kyo-chang and Park Jung-hyun, both serving in Sangmu.

After completing the talent donation, the two players opened their mouths, saying, “It was the first time I visited my alma mater after Corona.”

Song Gyo-chang said, “It’s so nice to have a place where I can mingle with my juniors,” and Park Jung-hyun said, “It reminds me of the old days and it’s fun.”

Park Chang-hee, captain of Samil High School, said, “I was very excited when I heard that famous professional players were coming to donate their talents. I thought that I would like to stand in such a position by working hard.”

Yang Woo-hyeok, a freshman at Samil High who showed an active side in mini-games with the managing director, remembered that day, “It was amazing to see the hyungs I used to see on TV and the Internet in real life. It was a good experience.”메이저놀이터

Lastly, Sangmu Squad Leader Heo Hoon talked about the second talent donation, saying, “I don’t have time to teach my skills, so I emphasized my attitude toward basketball and my desire to compete.” Then, to his successors who enlisted on the same day, he cheered, saying, “I hope that you will come to Sangmu as a real man after struggling through life at the training center.”

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