Kang Jung-ho School’s 3rd student confirmed → Son Ah-seop, 2 gold medals, GG → Kim Jae-hwan now → “This catcher” instead of Kim Joo-won

Son Ah-seop (35, NC Dinos) was one of the year-end stories of the 2023 season. Not only did he win his first batting title, but he also won the most hits. He also won the designated hitter award at the 2023 KBO Golden Glove ceremony held at the COEX Auditorium in Samseong-dong, Seoul, on Nov. 11.

How much of a stake does Kang Jeong-ho, 36, have in Son’s resurgence this season after a poor 2022 season? Son spent the month of January hitting with Kang and Heo at the Kang Jeong-ho Academy in Los Angeles. It was a kind of “private tutoring,” and the effect was perfect.헤라카지노

Next year, Son will also train with Kang Jeong-ho before joining the NC spring training camp in Tucson, Arizona, USA. However, unlike this year, when he started training in early January, he will join the team in mid-January. As captain, he will participate in the team’s January schedule and fly to LA.

And Son said that there are players who want to go to LA with him next year while playing this season. “Originally, I was going to go with Joo Won and Se Hyuk, but Joo Won said it was hard for him personally, so I decided to go with Se Hyuk,” he said.

Son called Kim Joo-won “the next Francisco Lindor (New York Mets)” during spring training in Tucson last year. He was a smart junior, but he took good care of Kim, who was clearly talented. However, Kim was unable to travel to LA in January due to personal reasons.

In the end, the third student in the Kang Jeong-ho School’s KBO League was Park Se-hyuk. Park struggled this season, batting .211 with 51 hits in 242 at-bats, six home runs, 32 RBIs, 35 runs scored, a .654 OPS and a .205 slugging percentage in 88 games. He did not live up to his four-year, $46 million free agent contract.

He’s basically a defensive and run-oriented catcher, but Son said he wanted to learn as a “last-ditch effort before it was too late.” While Son will arrive in mid-January, Park Se-hyuk will be in LA a little earlier.

The second class of KBO leaguers at the Kang Jeong-ho School is already working with Kang Jeong-ho. Kim Jae-hwan (35, Doosan Bears). If Kim Jae-hwan and Park Se-hyuk, both of whom have suffered from hitting slumps in recent years, see the benefits of Kang Jeong-ho’s school, the number of tutoring students could increase.

Kang Jung-ho also recently announced on his YouTube channel, King Kang, that any hitter can contact him at any time if they have any problems with their hitting. While he doesn’t guarantee that he can solve 100% of the problems, he is confident that he can analyze the reason for the slump, the future direction, and convince them.

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