‘Now SK man’ Oh Se-geun visits his parents’ home in Anyang for the first time… Past colleagues and championship rings

Last summer, Cheong Kwan-Jang left as a free agent and went to SK
to face his former team, Cheong Kwan-Jang, in the season opener.

Oh Se-geun (36) of Seoul SK, a professional basketball big man, 온라인카지노visited his hometown Anyang for the first time after transferring.

SK and Anyang CheongKwanJang will play the official opening game of the 2023-2024 CheongKwanJang professional basketball regular league at Anyang Indoor Stadium on the 21st. It is a meeting of two teams that competed in the championship game last season.

Jeong Kwan-jang took the top spot after a close match that lasted until the 7th round. At that time, Oh Se-geun wore the Cheong Kwan-Jang uniform and rose to the top position by winning the Most Valuable Player (MVP) in the championship match, but he made a new home at SK through free agency.

It was shocking news for Anyang fans. He was a symbol of Anyang and CheongKwanJang.

He joined CheongKwanJang as the first overall pick in the 2011 rookie draft and won its first championship in the 2011-2012 season. Ginseng Corporation won a total of four times. He also won the championship MVP three times, making him the most awarded along with Yang Dong-geun (Hyundai Mobis coach).

When Oh Se-geun joined SK, he and Kim Seon-hyeong (35) came together for the first time in 12 years since their days at Chung-Ang University. The reunion of ‘Chung-Ang University’s 52 consecutive winning duo’ is drawing great attention.

The opening match attracted attention as Oh Se-geun’s first visit to his parents’ home.

Coach Kim Sang-sik of Jeong Kwan-jang laughed ahead of the game, saying, “(Oh Se-geun) may be awkward, but I am also very awkward. We have to work hard to block. The only way is to defend as we have practiced.”

The CheongKwanJang club held a championship ring presentation ceremony ahead of the game. Oh Se-geun, who became a member of SK, also joined.

Oh Se-geun hugged former teammates, including Yang Hee-jong, Omari Spellman, and Daryl Monroe, who retired at the end of last season. Byun Jun-hyung and Han Seung-hee, who are serving at Sangmu, also attended.

The club especially gave Oh Se-geun a bouquet of flowers and wished him good luck. Cheong Kwan-Jang’s fans were now enemies, but when Oh Se-geun’s name was called during the player introduction, they welcomed him with loud cheers.

Oh Se-geun became an ‘SK Man’ with a total compensation of 750 million won (annual salary of 550 million won and incentive of 200 million won) over the three-year contract period.

Meanwhile, Choi Seong-won, who had previously played for SK, joined Jeong Kwan-jang through the FA and faced Oh Se-geun in an opposing position.

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