For Hwang Yeon-joo (37, Hyundai E&C), time goes backwards.
When talking about the solo run of Hyundai Engineering & Construction, the leader of the women’s professional volleyball team this season, veteran Hwang Yeon-ju is an indispensable player. Opposite Spiker (light) Hwang Yeon-joo, who played in 56 sets (47.9%) of the 117 sets the team played last season, left a gap created when Yasmin (27, USA), a foreign striker in the same position, left the team due to back pain in mid-December last year. is filling
Hwang Yeon-joo, along with middle blocker Yang Hyo-jin (34), the main offensive option, is breaking through the team’s offense. As of the 11th, he is ranked 25th in points (151 points), but after the 3rd round, when he started to be put in earnest, the ranking rises to 8th place (115 points). The attack success rate (35.66%) during the same period also ranked ninth. Hwang Yeon-joo also scored more than 20 points in two consecutive games in the KGC Ginseng Corporation match on December 25 last year (23 points) and the Heungkuk Life Insurance match held four days later (20 points). After scoring 27 points against Korea Expressway Corporation on October 31, 2018, Hwang Yeon-joo had not scored more than 20 points for 4 years, 1 month and 25 days. Now, he cannot overwhelm his opponent with power and height like foreign players on other teams, but he is winning with skill, such as attacking the course.
Hwang Yeon-ju is the living history of the V-League. He made his debut in 2005, the first year of the V-League, and became the rookie of the year. He was the first to reach 5000 points (5688 points) and 400 sub aces (458 points) in both men’s and women’s divisions. 바카라
The reason Hwang Yeon-joo is the true ‘queen of records’ is that she is no longer obsessed with records. Hwang Yeon-joo said, “Records are bound to be broken someday. I don’t want to put a lot of meaning on it,” he said. “I want to become a model player so that juniors can think, ‘I want to live like that older sister.’ To do that, you need to be good at volleyball above all else,” she said.