尹 “Sports must take a new leap forward… Fostering as a national growth engine industry”
Reporter Jeong Ah-ran = President Yoon Seok-yeol announced on the 14th that he would intensively foster the sports industry as a national growth engine, saying, “It is time to prepare for a new leap forward in Korean sports.”
The President’s office said in a press release that President Yoon attended the ‘2023 Korea Sports Vision Reporting Session’ held at the national athlete’s village in Jincheon, Chungcheongbuk-do this morning.
President Yoon promised to expand support for sports for everyday life so that all citizens can enjoy sports, while making efforts to create an environment for professional sports.
At this meeting, President Yoon received a report on the ‘Korea Sports Vision’ from Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Park Bo-kyun. The event was held at the same time as the opening ceremony for the national team training to participate in the Asian Games in Hangzhou, China in September, and the celebration of the election of the city and provincial sports venues for the 2nd civil election.
Afterwards, President Yoon visited the archery training center and weight training center to encourage players and coaches. 안전놀이터
At the archery training ground, after being introduced to the players by national team coach Kim Seong-hun, they challenged themselves to archery with the help of national team captains Kim Woo-jin and Choi Mi-seon.
He then visited the weight training center, listened to an explanation of the artificial intelligence (AI)-based momentum analysis facility, and gave encouragement to the players.
He also requested that the medical center find a physical therapy room and a high-tech scientific equipment zone to provide support for the speedy recovery of injured players.
The visit to the Jincheon National Training Center was accompanied by Minister Park, Lee Ki-heung, president of the Korea Sports Council, Yoo In-tak, president of the Jincheon National Training Center, Kim Yeong-hwan, governor of North Chungcheong Province, and Kang Seung-kyu, senior civil society chief, Ahn Sang-hun, public relations chief, and Kim Eun-hye, senior public relations officer in the presidential office.