Seo Jae-deok, who turned on the ‘air and defense’ mode for spring, the presence of an ace that can’t be hidden

It is also Seo Jae-deok.

KEPCO scored a set score of 3-1 (25-19, 25-18, 18-25, 25-19, 25-18, 18-25, 25-22) and succeeded in advancing to PO.

As a joke of fate, it is KEPCO that opened a one-off semi-PO with Woori Card for two consecutive seasons. And they all made thrilling upsets. Now, heading to Cheonan, where Hyundai Capital is waiting for second place, PO will be held from the 24th. On the other hand, Woori Card ended the season in a nightmare of being blocked by the same team in succession. 

In the attack, the presence of Thais Less Host (registered name Thais), who blew fire with 27 points including 4 blocking and an attack success rate of 52.27%, was unrivaled. Here, the dedication and solver instincts of Seo Jae-deok, the ‘local ace’, shined brilliantly.

Jae-deok Seo scored 13 points, including two sub-aces, and took on one axis of the pair. The power of Kang Sub was amazing. The key point in the first set of KEPCO, which succeeded in overcoming the baseline, came from his sub ace. The second set followed as well. With a 20-18 lead, he roared as a sub ace and shook his opponent’s receive. This was the reason for KEPCO’s 5 consecutive goals.

His ability to handle difficult balls that were not properly set up was also dazzling. He showed the veteran’s experience by claiming to be the lubricant for the attack while consistently solving double-links or highballs. 토토사이트

On defense, the presence was heavy. Having teamed up with Lim Seong-jin as an outside heater, he did not hesitate to do dirty work shoulder to shoulder with her junior. From the first set, he showed off his concentration in receiving and dig. He has become a hidden contributor to the team’s victory over the team by constantly providing additional opportunities to the team as a digro that spares no effort.

Seo Jae-deok’s stage continued. Even in the second set, he delivered more digs than Libero Jang Ji-won, leading the cheers of away fans. In the 13-10 lead, he threw himself out of the court without sparing his body and saved the ball. It was a part where I felt his passion for spring volleyball.

Starting with the 3rd set, in the second half, he showed physical strength. The team also gave up a set and was stumped by the opponent’s counterattack for a while. However, his teammates continued the victory that the native ace had secured. Thais showed strength without change, and Shin Young-seok and Lim Seong-jin, who had been quiet, woke up and put a pleasant end to the victory.

Seo Jae-deok, who showed off his karate and defense skills on this day, is now heading to the PO stage. Entering his 10th season as a KEPCO franchise star, he dreams of winning a championship that the team has yet to reach.

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