If you see him, you should bow down more!
Korean Air’s Kim Gyu-min was busy before the 2023-2024 Dodram V League game against KEPCO at Gyeyang Gymnasium 온라인카지노 in Incheon on the 18th.
When Korean Air’s Kim Gyu-min appeared on the court before the game, he quickly made his way to the KEPCO players. The first player to greet him was KEPCO’s Lee Shimon. Ishimon, who was discharged from full-time reserve duty on the 15th, gave Kim a firm giant salute.
After shaking his hand and hugging him, Kim asked him how he was doing, and after a pleasant conversation, he grabbed his ears and played with them.
He then turned to KEPCO’s Taith and told him to bow more and say hello. He did so, but Kim didn’t like it and motioned for him to try again.
Tais pulled on Kim Gyu-min’s shoulders and neck to tease him, and Kim Gyu-min slapped Tais on the butt to prank them both. Kim Gyu Min and Tais were teammates at Samsung Fire Bluefox in Daejeon from 2016 to 2018. They are one year apart in age, with Kim born in 1990 and Tais born in 1991.
Afterward, Kim joked and chatted with other KEPCO juniors before heading back to the Korean Air court to prepare for the game.
In the match, KEPCO recorded its second straight victory with a 3-1 (25-22 22-25 25-14 30-28) set win over Korean Air, which had won five straight matches.
KEPCO Tice led the way with a game-high 29 points, while Lim Sung-jin added 15 and Shin Young-seok 13.
Korean Air had 19 kills from Lim Dong-hyuk, 12 from Jeong Jung-yong, and 11 from Lincoln, including five service aces, but couldn’t prevent the team from losing.