Setter Kim Myung-kwan Showtime… Hyundai Capital in the Champions League

Professional volleyball Hyundai Capital defeated KEPCO in the 3rd game of the playoffs and advanced to the championship match.

Setter Kim Myeong-gwan became the number one contributor to the victory by reporting perfect attack coordination and even serving and blocking.

This is reporter Jo Han-dae.


In the fateful playoff game 3, Hyundai Capital coach Choi Tae-woong chose Kim Myung-gwan as the starting setter.

With a stable set success, Kim Myeong-gwan made Choi Min-ho’s fast break, the first goal of the match.

Kim Myung-gwan contributed to the team’s scoring by stably distributing the ball to the team’s twins Oreoll and Heo Soo-bong throughout the game.

It was setter Kim Myeong-gwan who succeeded in blocking and created a set point in the first set where he had to gain momentum.

Hyundai Capital, who took two sets thanks to Kim Myung-gwan’s great performance, finally reported a 3-1 victory and reached the championship match in 4 years.

Oreol scored 26 points, the most of both teams, and Heo Soo-bong also reported 15 points.

Kim Myung-gwan scored 8 points, including 5 blocks and 1 serve, while directing the attack with an accurate toss.

<Kim Myeong-gwan / Hyundai Capital Setter> “Because I kept thinking about how to play with KEPCO even before I went to bed, and even before the game, I think I was able to play more leisurely during the game.”

On the other hand, KEPCO, which ran from the semi-playoffs, could not overcome the accumulation of fatigue and failed to achieve its dream of advancing to the first championship since its foundation. 바카라사이트

Hyundai Capital, who recorded 2 wins and 1 loss against KEPCO, will play the first round of the championship at Korean Air’s home Incheon.

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