“The man is small” PO’s failed phone call, Seo Jae-deok relieved his guilt

Seo Jae-deok (34, Korea Electric Power Corporation), whose best friend Kwang-in Jeon (32, Hyundai Capital), who stepped on his foot and was seriously injured, was deeply troubled. Fortunately, he received a call from his brother first, and he was able to head to Cheonan with his guilt alleviated. 

KEPCO won the Dodram 2022-2023 V-League men’s semi-playoff (single match) with a set score of 3-1 at Jangchung Gymnasium in Seoul on the 22nd. KEPCO, which made the semi-playoff by finishing 4th in the regular league, secured a ticket to the playoffs by making an upset to 3rd place Woori Card for the second year in a row. 

The protagonist of the victory was Seo Jae-deok, a native ace who was responsible for the second highest 13 points in the team after Tais. With a respectable 50% attack success rate, he broke down the defense of Woori Card and heated up the court atmosphere by succeeding in two sub-aces in the right place. With a unique and powerful ceremony, it brought the upper hand in the fight against the 3rd place Woori Card. 

After the game, Seo Jae-deok said, “I thought the game would be very difficult, but his experience last year helped a lot. From the time I entered, I knew what kind of mindset all the players had to have,” he said. He made up his mind to catch and eat his opponent so as not to be pushed back from the momentum. As a result, I gained confidence, and a good performance came out.” 

The key player of KEPCO is always Seo Jae-deok. Seo Jae-deok must play the role of a native ace in order to create a synergistic effect with Thais and brighten the team atmosphere. On this day as well, Seo Jae-deok lived up to his name and victory came. 메이저놀이터

Seo Jae-deok said, “During the regular league, if I exceeded 50% attack success rate, the game ended within 3-1.” Conflicting with the thought that it was the last time led to good results.” 

KEPCO, which has surpassed Woori Card in 3rd place in the regular league, will play the first game of the playoff (2 out of 3 matches) against 2nd place Hyundai Capital in Cheonan on the 24th.

Coincidentally, Hyundai Capital’s ace Jeon Kwang-in was seriously injured in a regular league match against KEPCO a while ago, and they have to play the playoffs without him. Jeon Kwang-in stepped on Seo Jae-deok’s foot in Cheonan on the 9th and seriously injured his right ankle. 

Seo Jae-deok smiled shyly, saying, “I felt sorry for (ex) Kwang-in, but he called me first and said, ‘You little boy,’” and smiled shyly, “It was always fun to play volleyball with Kwang-in, and we were conscious when we faced each other. . Also, volleyball was fun when I went to Cheonan or met Hyundai Capital. It’s a pity that Gwangin is not there, but he will go to Cheonan with the goal of winning.” 

Seo Jae-deok, who joined KEPCO with the 2nd pick in the 1st round of the 2011-2012 rookie draft, has never stepped on the stage of the championship match even though it has been more than 10 years since his debut. Years have passed and he has already turned 34, and this time he wants to surpass Hyundai Capital and stand on the top stage of the postseason. 

Seo Jae-deok said, “This time, we must go to the championship match. If I miss the opportunity this time, I think I will retire.” He laughed and said, “My goal is to seize the opportunity when it comes. I really want to step on the court before the championship match. For now, I will go to Cheonan with the thought of winning,” he promised to play in the playoffs. 

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