Korean Table Tennis Team Award Ceremony Cheers Came Out

“Isn’t it a drama?”… “Wow!” at the Korean Table Tennis Team Award Ceremony Cheers Came Out

The delightful award ceremony scene of the Korean national team that won the bronze medal in the table tennis mixed doubles at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games is capturing the hearts of Chinese people.

Table Tennis Doubles

The pair of Jang Woo-jin and Jeon Ji-hee (Mirae Asset Securities) and Lim Jong-hoon (Korea Exchange) and Shin Yu-bin (Korean Air) each lost to the Chinese national team in the semifinals and reached the bronze medal podium side by side at the table tennis mixed doubles awards ceremony at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games held on the 30th of last month.

Thanks to the Korean national team, the atmosphere at the awards ceremony was friendly. 먹튀검증

On this day, cheers suddenly erupted from the audience,

the main characters were Jang Woo-jin and Jeon Ji-hee.

When Jang Woo-jin, who saw that Jeon Ji-hee’s collar was caught on the medal string,

was caught on the electronic display board tidying it up, cheers poured out.

Jang Woo-jin, who belatedly realized the situation, lowered his head as if embarrassed,

Jeon Ji-hee also smiled brightly, covering her mouth with her hand.

The bright appearances of Shin Yu-bin and Lim Jong-hoon also received cheers.

National Team

When the camera focused on them, they made a heart with their fingers and then brought it to their cheek, making them laugh by performing the ‘ball heart’.

Afterwards, Lim Jong-hoon looked embarrassed by covering his face with one hand,

Shin Yu-bin raised her thumb towards him, showing off their special chemistry.

After a while, Lim Jong-hoon adjusted Shin Yu-bin’s collar,

as if imitating Jang Woo-jin’s actions earlier, and added to the laughter.

At this, cheers erupted from the audience once again.

The cheerful image of the Korean national team has spread through social networking services (SNS) and is also receiving a warm response from Chinese netizens.

The number of likes on ‘Douyin’, the Chinese version of TikTok, has well exceeded 5,000.

Chinese netizens poured out reactions such as “It’s like a scene from a sweet drama,”

“The Korean team looks good,” “The Korean team is cute,” and “It’s romantic.”

Korean netizens are also praising the team, saying,

“I really like the sight of our players enjoying the competition.”

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