“I used to be timid, but after learning basketball, I became noisy.
Assist, which has been working on the Assist For Youth project for the development of youth basketball in Korea since 2022, has been working steadily with global sports brand Wilson.
Assist, along with Wilson, selects and introduces one basketball class youth each week to join Up For You. This project has been in progress for over a year as a valuable opportunity to let young people who are hard to get attention know themselves.
The main character selected as the 58th in Wilson X Weekly A For You is Lee Seo-joon of Ansan TOP Basketball Class.
Lee Seo-joon, who is currently in the second year of Sigok Middle School, says he has been learning basketball at the Ansan TOP basketball class for over four years. Lee Seo-joon said that basketball, which started lightly, has now become indispensable.
Lee Seo-joon, who is active in the 2nd grade national team of Ansan TOP Middle School, is learning basketball twice a week and improving his skills. Lee Seo-jun, who has a height of 172 cm, is active in the front line and is leading the 2nd year national team of Ansan TOP Middle School.
Lee Seo-joon said, “I played soccer at first, but after playing it, basketball became more fun, so I continued. While learning basketball in earnest at Ansan TOP, directors Kim Si-wan and Park Jun-hyung taught basketball so passionately that basketball became more fun. The directors He is always passionate whether he goes to competitions or practices, so I think that’s why I learned basketball until now.”
Lee Seo-joon, who went to Ansan TOP basketball class and said that the first tournament he participated in was the most impressive memory. The memories are so strong that I still can’t forget them. I think the specialness of being the first time is great.”스포츠토토
Lee Seo-joon, who was timid as a child, became noisy as he learned to play basketball, and now he says that he has made many friends in the basketball class. Lee Seo-joon knows that his personality has changed while learning basketball.
Lee Seo-joon, who says that basketball is fun because he feels great when shooting, says that he plans to focus on his studies when he goes to high school in about a year.
Lee Seo-jun, who regretted that it would be difficult to learn basketball as he does now when he became a high school student, said, “It’s a pity, but I think I’ll only learn basketball until I’m in middle school and focus on my studies a little more when I become a high school student. I want to have a good time with you. I want to spend more time in our Ansan TOP basketball class, and I want to continue meeting my current friends even when I grow up,” he promised to spend the remaining year and a half of his middle school days to the fullest.
Assist For Youth is a project that assists to spread youth basketball by joining forces with youth basketball classes across the country from 2022. Inquiries about joining the Up For You Project can be made through the official Instagram account