Myongji High School Park Tae-hwan “I could have done better…”

 I didn’t bow my head in regret because there was a following.

On the 20th, Myongsan High School lost 64-77 to Yongsan High School in the quarterfinals of the 60th Spring National Men’s and Women’s Secondary Basketball League Haenam Tournament in Haenam-gun, Jeollanam-do온라인바카라.

Park Tae-hwan (G, 186cm), a junior who led the backcourt at Myongji High School, recorded 9 points, 4 assists, 3 rebounds and 1 steal. He said, “While preparing for the tournament, the team members aimed for a ‘winner’. I could have done better, but it was regrettable that there were many mistakes in small parts,” he said after finishing the tournament in the quarterfinals.

Currently, Myongji High School is led by coach Hyung-soo Jeon, who has been in the KBL for 11 seasons.

Park Tae-hwan said, “In the process of preparing for the competition, the coach always emphasizes the practice. Even after coming to the competition, they say that you can achieve good results if you practice calmly and confidently.”

In the second year of elementary school, Park Tae-hwan first caught a basketball following his older brother Park Jeong-hwan (Korea University). He says he is confident when it comes to shooting.

“He is confident in his three-point shot and mid-range jump shot,” said Park Tae-hwan, “even at night and at dawn, he comes to the gym to practice shooting. He is steadily doing it.”

Finally, he did not forget to thank his colleagues who were with him.

Park Tae-hwan said, “(Jang) Chan and Daniel (Kim Jung-hyun) helped and advised the team members a lot, so the team members were able to work harder.

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