Choo Shin-soo (SSG Landers) stood at the center of the controversy. This is because they responded that they could not understand the exclusion of An Woo-jin (Kiwoom) from the WBC national team, which was embroiled in controversy over school violence.
On the 21st (Korean time), Choo Shin-soo appeared on ‘DKNET’, a Korean radio broadcast in Dallas, Texas, USA, and expressed his thoughts on the composition of the Korean baseball team without hesitation.
Regarding the non-selection of An Woo-jin (Kiwoom) for the national team, he said, “Ahn Woo-jin clearly did the wrong thing and it’s really unfortunate to see only what is seen and heard as a third person. There are so many things that happen.” He 헤라카지노
added, “Forgiveness doesn’t seem easy. He made mistakes as a child, but he was punished and suspended from participation. But he added, “I can’t go to international competitions.”
He did not hesitate to speak bitterly toward baseball seniors. Just because you’re older doesn’t mean you’re a senior. If there is a junior who is being treated unreasonably like this, I think I should take off my feet. But nobody steps out. If my juniors are exercising in the wrong place, I should try to change them, but I just watch them. It’s a pity,” he said, revealing his thoughts.
Shin-soo Choo’s remarks contrast with excerpts from Ji-sung Park’s autobiography, ‘Unstoppable Challenge.’ Most of the cases were incomprehensible.”
“I was determined that I would never hit my juniors when I became a senior. If you want to become a truly authoritative senior to your juniors, I hope you compete with your skills. I think seniors who have excellent skills and character naturally have authority. This is also a lesson I learned from experiencing the outstanding seniors in person.”