Kim Yeon-kyung was speechless due to shock as the defeat in the Vietnam War deepened… ‘Stern face’ after defeat

The Korean women’s volleyball team was defeated by Vietnam in the first match of the Group C stage of the ‘2022 Hangzhou Asian Games’. Volleyball queen Kim Yeon-kyung, who made her debut as a commentator, showed her shock at the group stage results with her stern expression. Kim Yeon-kyung, who gave her first commentary for the women’s volleyball Group C preliminary round match against Vietnam, which was broadcast live locally on KBS 2TV on the 1st, had a successful commentary debut together with caster Lee Jae-hoo and commentator Yoon Bong- woo

On the other hand, the Korean women’s volleyball team ultimately bowed out in an upset loss to Vietnam. On this day, in the first match of the Hangzhou Asian Games women’s volleyball Group C preliminaries held at the Changqian Campus gymnasium of Hangzhou Normal University, China, the Korean women’s volleyball team won two sets and then lost the third set to Vietnam.

At the start of the game, Kim Yeon-kyung pointed out that Vietnam was not keeping Korea’s middle blockers in check, saying, “It would be good to use the center.”

When caster Kim Jeong-hoo asked Kim Yeon-kyung what was good about the first set, she said, “I received well,” and “I think I won the first set because I marked the other players well.”

In the second set, Vietnam went back and forth토토사이트 with attacks and the tie situation continued. Kim Yeon-kyung expressed regret, saying, “I defended well in a counterattack situation, but it didn’t connect, so I allowed the opponent to score.” Kim Yeon-kyung emphasized left defense in the second set. The national team seemed to have remotely heard Kim Yeon-kyung’s advice and went into left defense in the third set.

Kim Yeon-kyung said, “Even in the Asian Games, our players allowed many opportunities in the third set,” and ordered, “We need to quickly change the atmosphere.”

The national team gained momentum by breaking the Vietnamese team’s momentum in the 4th set, but the match progressed to the 5th set with a score of 22-24. Contrary to expectations, as the Korean women’s volleyball team’s defeat deepened, Kim Yeon-kyung seemed so shocked that she was unable to speak for a few seconds.

The Vietnam match was ultimately lost 2-3 (25-16, 25-22, 22-25, 22-25, 11-15). Kim Yeon-kyung sent a message to the Korean women’s volleyball team, which started the Asian Games with a disappointing 1 loss, saying, “The match against Nepal is tomorrow, so I think we need to prepare for the quarterfinals by playing through the things that didn’t go well today.”

The Korean women’s volleyball team will face Nepal on the 2nd. Kim Yeon-kyung will continue to provide commentary on this day.






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