The eternal hot potato of Korean short track speed skating. Ahn Hyun-soo, who was naturalized as a Russian citizen, is promoting a return to Korea.
After 12 years of naturalization, I had an interview for a coach position at Seongnam City Hall, where I played as a player in the past.
This is Reporter Heosolji.
Ahn Hyun-soo, dressed in a neat suit, appeared at the Seongnam City Hall ice team coach recruitment interview.
Ahn Hyun-soo, who entered the waiting room without a word, had an interview for about 20 minutes, the 6th out of 7 applicants.
Ahn Hyun-soo, who had an interview with the leader of his parent team 12 years after being naturalized in Russia, was asked questions, but kept silent.
[Ahn Hyun-soo: “(It’s a parent team, but I think there must be a reason or reason for applying?) I don’t think there’s anything else I can say, and I’ll give you an answer when this process is completed and an opportunity arises.”]토토사이트
Seongnam City Hall An official said, “Ahn Hyun-soo, who is currently a Russian national, received an application under the name ‘An Victor’.
Ahn Hyun-soo, who won three gold medals at the Torino Winter Olympics and was a Korean short track signboard, suffered disbandment of his team, dropout of the national team, and factional conflict. Later, he became a naturalized Russian citizen in 2011.
And as a Russian representative, he won three gold medals at the Sochi Winter Olympics in 2014. He
also served as a coach for the Chinese national team at the Beijing Winter Olympics last year
Seongnam City Hall’s ice team coach, where national ace Choi Min-jung belongs, will be announced on the 31st.