“I wanted to win so much…” Korea lost 4 times in 4 matches, the last was the ‘Fateful Korea-Japan match’

“I was very upset when I lost.”

Korea met Thailand in the second game of the Hanwha Life Plus International Crown (total prize money of 2 million dollars) held at TPC Harding Park (par 72) in San Francisco, California on the 6th (Korean time) and lost both games.

Ko Jin-young (28) and Kim Hyo-joo (28) faced Patty Tawatanagit and Ataya Titikkun and lost 3&2 (2 holes left and 3 holes left), and Jeon In-ji (29) and Choi Hye-jin ( 24) lost 2&1.메이저사이트

Jeon In-ji said, “I want to tell Hye-jin, who worked hard even though it was cold, that she worked hard.

Kim Hyo-joo also said, “I felt very hurt because I lost. I wanted to win so much, but I feel regret. I have nothing to say except to say that I am so sorry.”

They are leaving for the final showdown at the International Crown. In the third round, they face Japan. Japan currently has 0.5 points with 1 draw and 3 losses. Japan also failed to advance to the quarterfinals.

In the third round, Jeon In-ji and Choi Hye-jin face off against Hataoka Nasa and Furue Ayaka. Ko Jin-young and Kim Hyo-joo will stick with Shibuno Hinako and Yuka Saso.

Choi Hye-jin promised, “Even though I lost the first and second rounds, I don’t think my performance was too bad, so I will try my best to play tomorrow.”

Kim Hyo-joo also said, “I think we really have to win the Korea-Japan match.” Ko Jin-young said with strength, “I’m so hurt because I lost to Thailand with Hyo-joo, and I’m trying to hate golf. I’ll win tomorrow. I’ll just think about winning.”

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