Wilson X Weekly A For You: (47) Gimpo Gujeonghoe Basketball Class Son Min-hyung
Son Min-hyung, who has a clear growth trend, dreams of reaching the top.
Assist, which has been working on the Assist For Youth project for the development of youth basketball in Korea since 2022, has been working steadily with global sports brand Wilson.
Assist, along with Wilson, selects and introduces one basketball class youth every Monday to join Up For You. With this project, we hope that hope will be planted again in youth who have not been noticed because many competitions have not been held due to the Corona 19 incident.
The 47th character selected for Wilson X Weekly A For You is Son Min-hyeong (Skybit Elementary 6), who is growing up in the Gujeonghoe basketball class in Gimpo.
It has been a year since he came to Gimpo Gujeonghoe to learn basketball. Looking back at the starting point, Son Min-hyeong smiled, saying, “My mother taught me what basketball was, and she originally liked sports with a ball.
He showed interest in basketball, saying, “The teacher teaches me so well and is fun, so I like it even more. As I learn this and that, I am most excited when I break through alone and score with a layup. This is the part I am most confident in.” 바카라사이트
In response, director Koo Jeong-hoe, who coached Min-hyung Son for the past year, said, “In terms of technology, he is good in many ways. I’m waiting for you. Over the past year, I’ve been conscious of myself and exercised, so I’m improving a lot.”
Since there has been a change over the past year, Son Min-hyung is realizing this and burning his will to grow. He said, “I think I need to practice dribbling more. I still feel awkward when I dribble with my left hand, so I’m going to try harder.”
Such Son Min-hyung will be in the 6th grade of elementary school this year and will be on the court as the eldest brother in the elementary school. In response, Son Min-hyung set a bold goal, saying, “Something seems to be exciting (laughs). As much as he is the eldest, he wants to play with leadership on the court.”
Lastly, Son Min-hyung, who said that KBL’s representative stars Heo-Woong and Heo-Hun brothers are also role models, looked at the top, saying, “I want to learn basketball harder in the future and go to competitions and try to win first place.”
※ Assist For Youth is a project that assists to spread youth basketball by joining forces with youth basketball classes across the country from 2022. Inquiries to join the Up For You Project can be made through the official Instagram account