Hanwha Kim Seo-hyun, who wasted her life on social media

There is a player who is self-restraint during the time when he should be sweating in spring camp. It is Kim Seo-hyun (19), a special rookie of the Hanwha Eagles.

On the 8th, the Hanwha Eagles explained, “Kim Seo-hyun, who posted inappropriate posts such as disrespect for fans through social media, was excluded from group training for three days.” Here, he imposed a fine of 5 million won according to its own bylaws.

Hanwha added that Kim Seo-hyun will return to spring camp training in Mesa, Arizona on the 11th, and apologize to the team for causing controversy earlier.

Kim Seo-hyun poured out gossip about his coach and dissatisfaction about his uniform number through his private social media account. And the captured post has recently started to spread through baseball-related communities, and the Hanwha club also immediately went into the verification process and received a correct answer from Kim Seo-hyun.

Players’ social media controversy erupts whenever it is worth forgetting. Accordingly, the KBO and each club are conducting training on SNS every year, saying that professional players should be careful in expressing emotions. Nevertheless메이저사이트, as if laughing at this, another ‘incident’ broke out.

Social media is a very personal space. However, if you are a public figure, celebrity, or sports player, the story is different. Each word of the post must be carefully uploaded, and if you make an inappropriate remark, it is likely that the controversy will spread immediately.

Of course, there are also positive effects. It is communication with fans.

In the past, if fans looked at their favorite players from a distance, now there is a place where they can communicate through SNS. In fact, many players use SNS to form a bond with their fans.

The problem is when you fall into the trap of dysfunction rather than pure function. If you post a post without thinking or express dissatisfaction, the aftermath of this comes to a level that the player cannot endure.

A representative example of inappropriate use of social media is Ki Sung-yueng, a former national soccer player. Ki Sung-yong also criticized former national team coach Choi Kang-hee through a private account and had to spend a lot of time recovering his image. Ki Sung-yueng’s social media scandal is considered a representative case that is always mentioned whenever sports players have an accident.

Baseball also cannot escape controversy on social media. KT Catcher Jang Seong-woo received legal punishment for sexual harassment of a certain cheerleader in the past, and received disciplinary actions such as suspension from business trips and fines from the KBO and the club. In 2020, Shin Dong-soo, a promising player from the Samsung 2nd Army, went through the process of being kicked out, and the following year, NC sign player Park Min-woo had to bow his head and apologize.

Hanwha also failed to avoid the blade of the expulsion after Kim Won-seok posted an article mocking fans in 2017, and Nam Ji-min was fined for posting sympathetic comments at the time of the Shin Dong-soo controversy. In other words, Hanwha is also one of the teams that cannot be sensitive to players’ inappropriate use of SNS.

Former manager Alex Ferguson, the legendary leader who led English professional football Manchester United, left the famous saying, ‘SNS is a waste of life’. It is bone-chilling advice not to cause needless talk, and it is still in use even now, well over 10 years later.

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