Pyeongtaek Kim Hoon Basketball Class departed for the second field training in Fukuoka, Japan.
Assist For You (Assist For Youth) project, which is underway for the development of youth basketball in Korea from 2022. The Pyeongtaek Kim Hoon Basketball Class, which is doing this project together, departed for Fukuoka, Japan, from the 14th to the 17th for 3 nights and 4 days. 메이저사이트
On the 5th, Pyeongtaek Kim Hoon Basketball Class, which had its first field training in Fukuoka, headed to Fukuoka once again after 10 days. A total of 7 people participated in the Fukuoka off-campus training, including Kim Na-hoo, Park Soo-chan, Jo Jin-won, Lee Seo-hyung, Eun Ji-soo, Jung Jae-yoon, and Jung Ye-gun, while director Hyung-hun Hyeong accompanied him as a leader.
Pyeongtaek Kim Hoon Basketball Class, where 7 players of various ages, from 6th grade of elementary school to 3rd grade of middle school, head to Fukuoka. expected to be
Pyeongtaek Kim Hoon Basketball Class, which returned safely after learning many things through exchange matches with Japanese youth teams amidst various experiences in the first Fukuoka off-campus training, plans to carry out the schedule for the second off-campus training with the safety of players as its top priority under the leadership of Director Hyung-Hun Yoo. am.
Pyeongtaek Kim Hoon Basketball Class, where an exchange match against the Japanese youth team Groovy is scheduled from the evening of the arrival in Fukuoka, is scheduled for a total of three exchange matches during this training period. Exchange matches with Japanese local youth teams such as Groovy and Fukuma Minami are expected to be a good opportunity for Pyeongtaek Kim Hoon Basketball Class players to experience the level of Japanese youth players.
Pyeongtaek Kim Hoon Basketball Class Director Yu Hyeong-hoon said, “This second field training has a higher proportion of training and exchange than the first field training. Japanese youth leaders plan to guide our children directly. For the children, Japanese youth basketball is to be taught with the whole body. It seems to be a good opportunity to experience it,” he said about the second battery training.
“I think it’s a good opportunity to experience many things, regardless of victory or defeat. Just like in the first off-season training, I asked the children to keep courtesy and manners as they participated in Fukuoka off-campus training on behalf of Pyeongtaek City and Pyeongtaek Kim Hoon Basketball Class. I will guide the children so that they can participate in the schedule with a good attitude and hear that ‘Korean youth have good manners and good basketball skills’.”
It is said that the help of Mr. Seung-min Eum, who is active as a youth leader in Japan, was great for being able to carry out the second field training in Fukuoka following the first round.
Director Yoo Hyeong-hoon said, “Director Seung-min Eum, who has been with us for a long time, was of great help this time as well. I felt like a teacher, but I would like to say thank you again for helping me a lot during the Fukuoka off-campus training.”
Director Yoo Hyeong-hoon, who said he would put the safety of the children first and return after experiencing many things, said that he would take good care of the children so that the 3 nights and 4 days schedule would not be wasted, and he would try to help them grow by experiencing a lot of Japanese youth basketball.