The son who ran a long way to support his father turned out to be a story maker.
On the 5th, the south high school preliminaries were held at the Sportium National Sports Center in Yeonggwang, Jeollanam-do. On this afternoon, a familiar face appeared in the audience. The main character is Lee Won-seok, a rookie of Seoul Samsung. He sought the honor to cheer on his father, coach Lee Chang-soo (Chungju-go). On this day, Chungju High School had a confrontation with Gwangshin Broadcasting Preview.
Samsung failed to advance to the playoffs by finishing at the bottom of the season, and had to commit to the next season. With the professional basketball playoffs in full swing, Lee Won-seok went on vacation.
“I slept a lot after the season ended. He said, “I plan to do nothing for two weeks and just rest. Afterwards, he plans to spend it doing Pilates,” he said, telling the rest of his vacation plans.
He, who probably visited the basketball scene after a long time, said, “I visited the site with the intention of supporting his father and meeting the teacher. He wanted to come to watch a high school game, but his schedule didn’t fit, so he came now.”
Before cheering for his father, he went to support juniors in middle school (Samsun Middle School) and said, “I watched the juniors’ game in middle school, and I was actually surprised. My technique has improved since I was playing, and I think my one-on-one attacks have improved.”
Lee Won-seok, who has often sought glory to participate in competitions since elementary school, said, “When I was young, I often came to glory to participate in competitions. Even though it’s been a long time since I’ve been here, I know all the directions enough that I don’t need a navigation. Now I came to glory from the position of cheering for his father, but now that the situation has been reversed, it feels new.”
Chungju High School, led by coach Lee Chang-soo, father of Lee Won-seok, belongs to the underdog. I did not forget the words of encouragement for my father, who is working hard even in difficult conditions.
“Actually, I am seeing my father as a leader for the first time. He once talked about the team he is in charge of now, and he said that having no players is the hardest. Every game will not be easy for him, but I hope he will finish this tournament with a good result.”
On the other hand, Lee Won-seok, who came down far to cheer on his father, opened a big wallet for his juniors by holding a meat party at his own expense and giving pocket money.
He said, “I’m trying to buy meat for juniors in middle school (laughs). When I was in school, my seniors once bought me something delicious. I like that memory so much that I want to give it back to my juniors as much as I received it. If I give like this, I think my juniors will have a good influence,” he concluded the interview.
The heart of Lee Won-seok, who came to cheer his father and then made a story, is worthy of being imitated by other professional players. 메이저사이트