National Team Kim Yeon-koung will see you for the last time in Jamsil on June 8

It won’t be long before we see the volleyball empress, Kim Yeon-koung (aged 36, Heungkuk Life Insurance), on the court. Kim Yeon-koung, who is considering retirement after being runner-up in the championship match for two consecutive years, will put down the national flag first.
Kim Yeon-koung’s agency Ryan At said on the 4th, “We will hold the KYK Invitational 2024 invited by Kim Yeon-koung at Jamsil Indoor Gymnasium in Seoul on June 8th and 9th.”

Organized by Ryan Atte and Next Creative, the KYK Invitational 2024 will be held for the first time in Korea, along with the last national event match between Kim Yeon-koung and several players, which was postponed due to COVID-19.

It is also the last chance to see players representing Korean women’s volleyball wearing uniforms with the motto “Not end, but and” and is filled with stories of Kim Yeon-koung’s first new volleyball.

The event, which will start with Media Day and the eve of June 7, will be held on the 8th, the first day of the official schedule, with the “National Event Game” and “National Retirement Ceremony” hosted by the Korea Volleyball Association, and the last day will be decorated with the “World Women’s Volleyball All-Star Game” hosted by Ryan Atte on the 9th.

Domestic players who led the golden age of the Korean women’s national volleyball team will be joined, and former and incumbent global women’s volleyball players, who boasted of their cross-border friendship with Kim Yeon-koung, will visit Korea in response to Kim Yeon-koung’s invitation.

The event will be available through NFTs and general tickets. NFT ticket buyers will be given the opportunity to purchase tickets first and purchase limited-edition digital and physical goods.
Existing KYK Foundation digital membership members will be able to purchase NFT tickets first through the FNCY Digital Goods platform on April 8 and 9. Starting April 10, regular fans will also be able to purchase NFT tickets, and regular tickets will open on May 20. More information will be available on the official website and Instagram account.

Meanwhile, attention is also being paid to whether Kim Yeon-koung will continue her career in the competition. Heungkuk Life Insurance, which Kim Yeon-koung belongs to, lost to Hyundai Engineering & Construction with a set score of 2-3 (25-22, 17-25, 25-23, 23-25, 7-15) in the third round of the postseason championship for the women’s V-League 2023-2024 season at Samsan World Gymnasium in Bupyeong-gu, Incheon, on the 1st.

Kim Yeon-koung struggled by scoring 74 points in the three championship matches, but failed to score the last point. It is the third setback since her return to Heungkuk Life Insurance in the 2020-2021 season. In the 2020-2021 season, she remained in second place in both the regular league and championship matches due to the controversy over school violence between the twin sisters Lee Da-young and Lee Jae-young. Last season, she finished the regular league first after two twists and turns, but in the championship match, she allowed the Korea Expressway Corporation to reverse sweep for the first time in both men’s and women’s teams in the V-League.

This season, he delayed his retirement and signed a one-year contract with Heungkuk Life Insurance to dream of winning another championship, but failed again this time. As he is agonizing over retirement after the runner-up of the championship match, attention is being paid to whether he will also announce active retirement in the national team retirement game.

BY: 토토사이트 순위

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