“I will continue to strive to write new records.” (Ahn Se-young)
“I am grateful to the coaches and players who trusted and followed me as the head of the national team.
We will work hard to make up for any shortcomings this year and achieve the best results at next year’s Paris Olympics.” (Director Kim Hak-gyun)
“Thank you to the president and staff for holding this award ceremony.
With the same mindset as the coaching staff, I achieved good results this year, and I will work hard and achieve good results at the Paris Olympics next year
as well.” (Seungjae Seo) All the members of the national team who made Korean badminton shine on the international stage this year at the World Championships and Asian Games. 바카라사이트닷컴
happy. He also pledged to do well at next year’s Paris Olympics.
On the afternoon of the 20th, the Korean Badminton Association (Chairman Kim Taek-gyu) held the ‘2023 National Badminton Team Award Ceremony’ at the Grand Ballroom on the 2nd floor of the Benikea Hotel in Seosan-si
Chungcheongnam-do, and handed out commemorative plaques and prize money of 133 million won to the national team coaching staff and players. finished.
At the award ceremony on this day, officials including Chairman Taek-gyu Kim, Vice Mayor of Seosan City, Koo Sang, Chairman of Seosan City Sports Council
Man-hyung Yoon, CEO of Yonex Korea, the badminton team’s sponsor, Cheol-hong Kim, Chairman of the Badminton Provincial Association, and family members of the players attended and gave warm applause to the national team players.
Kim Jong-woong, executive director of the Korea Badminton Association, said in a progress report on the day,
Korean badminton made history at the World Badminton Championships (last August in Copenhagen). Raised the highest score of all time (gold medals in women’s singles, men’s doubles, and mixed doubles).
Building on this momentum, they stood at the top (2 gold medals, 2 silver medals, 3 bronze medals) at the Hangzhou Asian Games (September-October 2022) and were moved by the national anthem.
In particular, our athletes won the gold medal in the women’s team event in front of about 3,000 Chinese spectators.
Ahn Se-young won the gold medal in the women’s singles with sheer fighting spirit despite an injury,” she said, praising the team’s achievements.
He then brightened the mood by saying, “I would like to give a warm round of applause to the badminton delegation who achieved such a great feat.”
On this day, the Badminton Association called each of the national team players who won gold medals by name
called them to the podium, and handed out commemorative plaques and rewards in an atmosphere that felt like a wedding.
The Korean badminton team achieved the feat of winning the women’s singles gold medal with Ahn Se-young (21, Samsung Life Insurance) at the 2023 World Badminton Championships (individual event) held in Copenhagen
Denmark last August. Ahn Se-young was the first Korean to win the women’s singles title at the Badminton World Championships.
Seo Seung-jae (26, Samsung Life Insurance) won two gold medals, collaborating with Min-hyuk Kang (24, Samsung Life Insurance) in men’s doubles and Chae Yu-jeong (28, Incheon International Airport) in mixed doubles.
Two months later, at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games, Ahn Se-young defeated China 3-0 in the women’s team finals along with Lee So-hee (29, Incheon International Airport)
Baek Hana (23, MG Saemaeul Geumgo) and Kim Ga-eun (25, Samsung Life Insurance).
In addition to winning the gold medal together, they also won the women’s singles final, beating China’s Chen Yufei (25) to win the double gold medal.
In addition, Lee So-hee and Baek Hana each won silver medals in the women’s doubles, and Choi Sol-gyu (28, Yonex) and Kim Won-ho (24, Samsung Life Insurance) each won silver medals in the men’s doubles.
In addition, Kim So-young (31, Incheon International Airport) and Gong Hee-yong (26, Jeonbuk Bank) won bronze medals in women’s doubles, and Seo Seung-jae and Chae Yu-jeong won bronze medals in mixed doubles. The men’s team event also won a bronze medal.
On this day, Kim So-young, captain of the women’s national team, said, “I was able to stand in an honorable position by meeting great team members.
The Uber Cup (World Women’s Team Badminton Championship) will be held next year, and I will continue the spirit of Hangzhou and prepare diligently,” she said.
Kim Hak-gyun, general manager of the Korean badminton team, said, “When I came here, I realized that it was special and different.
I am grateful to the players who believed in me and followed me for a year.
I am grateful to the presidents and executives of 17 city and provincial organizations, as well as badminton seniors and juniors.
There were many big long-term races, and there were joys and sorrows and achievements, but there were also many regrets. “
I have some regrets this year, but I will work hard to prepare for the rest of the year and achieve the best results at next year’s Paris Olympics,” he said.
Minhyuk Kang said, “This year we achieved many results and made history.
This is thanks to the endless support from coaches and managers and the support of fans. “
We will achieve good results in 2024 thanks to our endless support and encouragement,” he said.
At the prize award ceremony on this day, general manager Kim Hak-kyun, as well as coaches Han Dong-seong, Kim Sang-soo, Jeong Hoon-min
Lee Gyeong-won, and Seong Ji-hyun, also received prize money.