Many of the key players were missing, but Korean Air showed off their solid power.
Korean Air defeated Woori Card with a set score of 3-0 (25-21 25-21 25-19) in the first leg of the men’s Group A group stage of the 2023 Gumi-Dodram Cup Professional Volleyball Tournament held at Park Chung-hee Gymnasium in Gumi on the 6th.
Only 10 Korean Air players took part in this tournament, with 5 key players including Jung Ji-seok, Lim Dong-hyuk and Kim Kyu-min joining the national team.스포츠토토
However, they showed off their solid organizational skills and announced a strong start toward their second consecutive victory following last year’s Suncheon Games.
While Lee Joon played an active role with 18 points, the most among both teams, veteran outside hitter Kwak Seung-seok contributed with 12 points.
Korean Air was ahead of our card in the height fight by 11-6.
The number of rooms was also 12, which was less than our card, which poured out 26.
Concentration was outstanding in the winning position.
Korean Air took a 23-20 lead with Kwak Seung-seok’s serve ace after scoring consecutively in the first set 20-20.
Korean Air took the set point with Woori Card’s sub room, and Lee Joon blocked Kim Ji-han’s back attack, ending the first set.
Korean Air, who captured the second set in a similar fashion, ended the game in the third set. In 16-17, the opponent’s sub Beom-sil, Kwak Seung-seok, Cho Jae-young, and Jin Ji-wi’s blocking came out one after another, making it 23-17 at once.
And Kim Ji-han’s serve went off the court and the game was won.
OK Financial Group, which welcomed massage director Ogino from Japan as its new head coach, also started the tournament with a victory.
OK Financial Group defeated KB Insurance 3-0 (25-17 25-22 25-11). Coach Ogino tasted victory in his Korean debut.
OK Financial Group overwhelmed KB Insurance with blocking 14-9 and serve 3-1.
While KB Insurance poured out 26 crime rooms, OK Financial Group suppressed them to 15.
Cha Ji-hwan took the lead in Ogino’s debut victory with 16 points including 6 blocks.
Jeon Byung-seon, a native apothecary spiker, also took the chance to play and scored 13 points.