“I was really happy playing baseball then.”
LG Moon Bo-kyung recalled memories of his little baseball days. He hoped that children who started playing baseball would hit, throw, and run as happily as he did when he played baseball happily.
On the 6th, Moon Bo-kyung had a time to donate his talents by meeting juniors from Dongdaemun-gu Little Baseball Team. Moon Bo-kyung started her baseball career with the Dongdaemun-gu Little Baseball Team, not her elementary school team. Director Park Jong-wook, whom Moon met here, is a leader that Moon Bo-kyung still regards as a gift. She found time in the midst of her busy preparations for spring camp to give back to her juniors the affection she had received.
Moon Bo-kyung said on the 8th, “(Dongdaemun-gu Little Baseball Team) is where I played baseball in elementary school and where I went through before becoming a professional baseball player. When I was young, I played baseball happily and happily under coach Park Jong-wook. I had a good time with my juniors.” .
In 2019, he wore an LG uniform and became a professional player and member of society, but this is the first time he has stood in front of juniors like this. Moon Bo-kyung said, “Last year, the awareness wasn’t that high… This year, my grades were good. Rather than saying that 메이저놀이터 I was qualified (to donate talent) because I had good grades, I wanted to give back as much as I received from coach Jong-wook Park, who helped me to do so well. I decided to donate my talents,” he said.
When asked how he felt after spending the day with the children’s players, Bokyung Moon said, “It was fun because it was my first time. It was amazing and meaningful because the children recognized me.”
What Moon Bo-kyung, a baseball senior, emphasized was happiness rather than technology. He said, “I told you about the things I’ve been through. Coach Park Jong-wook emphasized fun and happy baseball. I also played baseball happily at that time, and thanks to that I was able to become a good player.” It’s not easy. But whenever it’s difficult, I try to put down (greed) by reflecting on it.”
Moon Bo-kyung said, “It was difficult to give advice, if not to teach. I was careful. I came to respect the coaches more.”