OK Financial Group, after completing a practice match with J-Tect with a ‘real-life feel’, holds the second week of field training in Osaka, Japan

 The OK Financial Group volleyball team completed the first week of successful field training in Nagoya and entered the second week in Osaka.

The OK Financial Group professional volleyball team completed the first week of overseas training in Nagoya and moved to Osaka on the 12th. The team is continuing its existing training routine with weight training and ball training.

Through practice games with J-Tect Stings, I improved my sense of real-life skills. He also focused on working closely with foreign player Leonardo Leiva Martinez (registered name Leo), who was unable to participate in the 2023 Gumi-Dodram Cup professional volleyball tournament, through practice matches close to the actual game.

After finishing the last practice game in Nagoya on the 10th, the J-Tect players were invited to Shilla Gwan, a famous Korean restaurant in Nagoya, for a meal. At the meal, staff and players from both teams sat together and made memories by sharing various stories, including volleyball stories.

The players also gained new motivation through practice games with J-Tect. It is said that by looking back at J-Tect’s performance, they were able to look at areas that need to be developed in the future. 

Kwak Myung-woo said, “The offense and defense transition was quick and his agility was particularly good in defensive situations. He looked back and said, “Although the opponent’s setter was short, he moved well.”먹튀검증

OK Financial Group volleyball team coach Ogino Massage said, “Although the training schedule has not yet been completed, we were able to know to some extent what areas need to be improved in the future. “I will handle the remaining training schedule in Osaka well so that the team can move forward in a better direction,” he said.

Meanwhile, OK Financial Group’s volleyball team is scheduled to begin its full-fledged Osaka schedule on the 12th with a volleyball class with students from ‘Osaka Kongo International School’, the world’s first overseas Korean school, and will practice with the Sakai Blazers of Division 1 of the Japanese V. League. play a match 


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