OK Financial Group director Seok Jin-wook (47), who stood on the court wearing a suit for the first time in three months, smiled and said, “I will continue to wear (suit).”
OK Financial Group won a set score of 3-2 (25-21 25-21 22-25 16-25 15-13) after a bloody battle in a home game against KEPCO in the men’s professional volleyball team held at Sangnoksu Gymnasium in Ansan on the 16th.
It’s unfortunate that we didn’t get 3 points because we missed the 3rd set when we were leading 16-12, but it was very meaningful to win against KEPCO, which is competing for 3rd place.
Coach Seok said after the game, “It worked well in a suit. I plan to wear a suit in the next game as well.”
On this day, coach Seok played in a suit for the second time this season.
V-League coaches are out of the ‘dress regulation’ starting this season. Until last season, you had to wear a suit and command the game, but from the 2022-2023 season, the attire has been autonomous.
Many coaches come to the pitch in comfortable training clothes.
Coach Seok Jin-wook also played in training clothes this season.
Until this day, the only match in which he wore a suit was against KEPCO on November 23 last year.
At that time, OK 슬롯사이트Financial Group defeated KEPCO with a set score of 3-1.
Before the game, coach Seok laughed and said, “I have beaten KEPCO in a suit. So I tried on a suit today
Before the game, OK Financial Group and KEPCO faced each other with a record of 2 wins and 2 losses.
In the first confrontation (October 23, 2022), where coach Seok wore a training suit, OK Financial Group lost 0-3.
On December 11th, OK Financial Group beat KEPCO 3-1, and at that time, coach Seok wore a training suit.
Coach Seok, who wore a training suit even when he lost to KEPCO by a set score of 0-3 on January 13, took out the suit again ahead of the 5th round confrontation.
It was Seok’s ‘reverent consciousness’ who wanted to add a ‘win’ to the head-to-head record this season that led to ‘loss-win-loss’.
OK Financial Group took a 3-2 lead in the opponent’s record with the victory that day.
However, the fight is not over yet.
3rd place KEPCO (42 points, 13 wins, 16 losses), 4th place Woori Card (41 points, 14 wins, 14 losses), and 5th place OK Financial Group (41 points, 14 wins, 15 losses) competed for the postseason berth at the end of the season. expected to compete.
Coach Seok said, “Shouldn’t sports be like this? We have to compete fiercely for rankings so that the players can maintain tension and take care of their bodies until the end of the season.” It will be a painful season,” he said, revealing his desire to win and his competitive spirit.
KEPCO coach Kwon Young-min, who led the match to a full set even after giving up the first and second sets, also praised the players, saying, “It’s unfortunate that we couldn’t win, but the players didn’t give up. It definitely feels like the team has become stronger.”