There are only about two weeks left in 2022. ‘Volleyball Empress’ Kim Yeon-kyung (34, Heungkuk Life Insurance) was busy working without realizing that time was passing.
He retired from the national team after the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, so he did not participate in international competitions this year, but he had a lot of individual activities. Kim Yeon-kyung herself looked back on the year, saying, “I can’t remember what I did. This year seems to have passed quickly.”
Kim Yeon-kyung, who played the 2020-2021 season for Heungkuk Life Insurance for only one year, turned her eyes abroad again and entered the Chinese league, had a difficult time playing only in games while quarantined due to Corona 19. Kim Yeon-kyung said, “She was quarantined with Corona 19 and she was not good at leisure activities. The season ended early, so she had a break.” Kim Yeon-kyung appeared in many of her entertainment programs during her break, and she quenched the thirst of her fans who wanted to see Kim Yeon-kyung. 스포츠토토
Kim Yeon-kyung, who flew to the United States and also had her personal training, returned to Heungkuk Life Insurance this season and, along with her seniors and her juniors, is putting her team in second place.
Kim Yeon-kyung said, “During her break, she also filmed entertainment programs, and she personally spent a lot of time.” seems like 2022 is passing by.”
She continued, “I think it’s okay so far,” and Kim Yeon-kyung said, “I hope the ending isn’t bad,” and she hoped that the current good flow would continue until the end of the year.
When asked about his wish for 2023, he seemed to have never thought about it. Kim Yeon-kyung said, “I didn’t think 2023 would come, but it seems to be coming soon. I have to decide on my New Year’s wish, but I haven’t decided yet.” important,” he said.
Heungkuk Life Insurance lost 1st and 2nd sets to Korea Expressway Corporation on the 13th, but with Kim Yeon-kyung’s great success, he won 3rd, 4th, and 5th sets in a row, creating a 3-2 reverse electrode and running 4 consecutive wins. It recorded 32 points, the same as first place Hyundai E&C (12 wins), and is putting pressure on Hyundai E&C, which is undefeated even though it is second in the set goal loss ratio. Kim Yeon-kyung’s power is still strong enough to say, “If Kim Yeon-kyung plays 100%, there is no player to stop him,” said Kim Jong-min, head coach of the Korea Expressway Corporation.