Lee Jung-hoo of the WBC national team spoke in an interview with reporters after returning to Incheon International Airport Terminal 2 in the afternoon of the 1st.

The WBC team was originally scheduled to enter Incheon International Airport from LA in the early morning of the 1st through Korean Air and Asiana Airlines. 바카라사이트넷

However, a faulty U.S. domestic flight from Tucson Airport to Los Angeles forced him to get off the plane. Instead of flying, the national team traveled to LA by bus for six hours. I couldn’t take the previously booked flight to Incheon and returned to Korea on another flight. I arrived in Korea 12 hours after the scheduled time.

Lee Jung-hoo of the WBC team, who traveled for 35 hours, arrived in a gray training suit. He was wearing a white short-sleeved T-shirt and a hat and a necklace.

Lee Jung-hoo led a tired body and responded kindly to fans’ requests for autographs and conducted an interview with reporters. After the interview, he was surrounded by bodyguards and loaded into a vehicle heading to his accommodation.

Lee Jung-hoo left for LA in the U.S. from early January for personal training, and joined his team Kiwoom in early February.

Lee Jung-hoo changed his batting form to be simpler than before, greatly modifying his batting posture. Regarding the changed batting form, Lee Jung-hoo said, “In fact, I was doing it with a batting form that I’ve never done before, so I didn’t think it would work well from the beginning. Still, I have made some comfortable parts in the United States. I think that’s a relief,” he said.

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