‘Yoon Hak-gil’s Daughter’ Fencing Ji-soo Yoon

[Asian Games] ‘Yoon Hak-gil’s Daughter’ Fencing Ji-soo Yoon “I Decided to have a Draft Beer with my Dad”

It’s disappointing to lose in the team event, “You’ll think of it as a step toward the Paris Olympics.”

Yoon Ji-soo

Yoon Ji-soo (30, Seoul City Hall), a member of the women’s fencing saber team who won a gold medal at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games,

said she would drink draft beer with her father, Yoon Hak-gil (62),

a talent donation member of the Korea Baseball Organization, after returning to Korea. 스포츠토토

At the gold medalists’ press conference held at the Sports Diplomacy Lounge of the Korea Sports Council at the Grand New Century Hotel in Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China

On the 30th, Jisoo Yoon was asked, “What kind of conversation did you have with your father after winning the medal?” and replied, “He said he was very proud,” and “We talked on the phone again today.”

“But after returning home, I asked to have a draft beer with my dad.”

“My team is in Seoul, and my hometown is Busan,” he said with a grin,

adding, “I often drink draft beer with my father whenever I go down to Busan.”

Hak-gil Yoon

Ji-su Yoon is famous as the daughter of Hak-gil Yoon, who played an active role as the ace of the Lotte Giants,

including setting a record of ‘100 complete games’ during his professional baseball career.

Jisoo Yoon, who inherited her father’s DNA, helped Korea win the team event at the 2014 Incheon Asian Games and the 2018 Jakarta and Palembang Asian Games,

won the women’s saber team’s first-ever team event at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in 2021.

(Bronze medal) was also achieved.

And at this competition, she took the women’s saber title and won the individual gold medal,

defeating China’s Saoyachi in the final on the 26th.

However, Jisoo Yoon suffered her hardships in the group exhibition held on the 29th.

She lost in the semifinals to Japan, where she finished the competition in third place.

Jisoo Yoon was expected to be the team’s ace, but was completely defeated by the opposing team’s ace,

Misaki Emura, in the 9th round.

Ji-soo Yoon, who went back and forth between heaven and hell, seemed to have many regrets.

He said, “Sometimes during the season there are games where we lose unilaterally,” and “I think yesterday was that day.

I will think of it as homework in the process leading to the 2024 Paris Olympics.”

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