Kwak Seung-seok, who was hit in the face by MVP in the 3rd round, ‘Is my face okay? 

Korean Air Kwak Seung-seok covered his face in the third set of the match between Korean Air and OK Financial Group in the ‘Dodram 2022-2023 V-League’ held at Incheon Gyeyang Gymnasium on the afternoon of the 4th.

Korean Air lost 0-3 in the New Year’s Day match against OK Financial Group on the 1st, ending their 9-game winning streak. In the return match, which took place in three days, Korean Air sharpened their swords.

From the first set, Korean Air had a complete atmosphere with Lincoln scoring 14 points and Kim Gyu-min blocking. In the second set, Kim Min-jae’s consecutive serve ace and Lim Dong-hyuk’s attack took the lead, and Kwak Seung-seok’s back attack led to a 25-17 victory.

Even in the third set, Korean Air’s offense was fierce. OK Financial Group’s Leo’s steel spike bounced off Kwak Seung-seok’s face after being hit by the court. Kwak Seung-seok, who was hit by a strong ball, covered his face and complained of pain. He, of course, suffered from being hit on the cheek, but also felt embarrassed.

After a while, Kwak Seung-seok, who got up after brushing himself off, asked Park Ji-hoon, ‘Is your face okay?’ He also seemed to ask. That’s how strong Leo’s attack was.토토사이트

Leo tried to apologize directly to Kwak Seung-seok, who was hit by his bounced ball. My co-workers told me it was okay. Across the court, Leo apologized to Kwak Seung-seok. Kwak Seung-seok also showed that he was okay with Leo.

Korean Air avenged its defeat three days ago by catching OK Financial Group with a set score of 3-0 (25-16 25-17 25-16). Jeong Ji-seok scored 17 points, Ling-keng 14 points, Kim Gyu-min 7 points, and OK Financial Group Leo scored 14 points and Cha Ji-hwan scored 10 points, but they could not prevent the team from losing.

▲Leo is apologizing to Kwak Seung-seok once again.

Meanwhile, Kwak Seung-seok of Korean Air donated 50 million won to eight high school volleyball teams in his hometown of Busan and the club’s hometown of Incheon at the end of last year.

Kwak Seung-seok said, “I wanted to make a donation to help develop volleyball since I joined, but it was too late because I thought too carefully.”

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