From malicious comments to psychological treatment… “Do you remember what you made a mistake?”

 “I have a lot of thoughts, so I can’t move my legs and my senses are gone.”

KEPCO won with a set score of 3 to 1 (20-25, 25-22, 25-21, 25-23) in the 5th round of the Dodram 2022-2023 V-League Men’s Division Hyundai Capital held at the Suwon Indoor Gymnasium on the 5th. . KEPCO earned 3 points while winning 4 consecutive wins and rose to 4th place with 12-14 losses and 38 points, surpassing OK Financial Group (12-14 losses and 37 points) 안전놀이터.

Jang Ji-won’s ‘Super Dig’ shined in every match. Jang Ji-won was traded from Woori Card to KEPCO in August.

Although he was excluded from the starting match that day, he played from the 2nd set and constantly kicked off the opponent’s attacks. In particular, as Seo Jae-deok scored after the body-striking defense in the second half of the 3rd set, KEPCO came with a winning trend.

After the game, Jang Ji-won said, “Recently, my receiving has been shaken a lot. I wanted to play the game with an honest heart.

After the trade, my skills didn’t come out, so there were more days to keep the warm-up zone, and my mind was shaken a lot. He even received psychological treatment. Jang Ji-won said, “I had a lot of bad comments while losing 9 games in a row. I looked back at my performance because there were many criticisms on social media. I moved and lost my senses,” he confessed.

Coach Kwon Young-min hoped that the match would be a turning point. Director Kwon said, “I felt guilty when receiving a miss after 20 points. I did psychological counseling as I couldn’t overcome that part, but I tried to overcome it, and today I saw that.”

KEPCO, which lost 9 consecutive losses at the beginning of the season, began to challenge spring volleyball with 4 consecutive wins. Jang Ji-won said, “After 9 consecutive losses, the front was at a loss and we were in a state of giving up. After 9 consecutive losses, the hyungs showed good performance and even won consecutive victories.” It seems that we are playing together more as a team,” he said, expecting an upward trend.