‘Volleyball Empress’ to play more… ‘V-League MVP’ Kim Yeon-kyung extends her playing career

“Volleyball Empress” Kim Yeon-kyung has announced that she will extend her career. After winning the V-League’s Most Valuable Player (MVP) award for the sixth time in her career, she vowed to challenge for the title again next season.

“I really thought about it and talked a lot with the club,” Kim said after receiving the MVP award for the women’s division at the Dodram 2023-2024 V-League Awards Ceremony held at The K Hotel Seoul in Seocho-gu, Seoul, on the afternoon of the 8th, “and I decided to challenge myself one more time for the sake of many fans next season.” 바카라사이트 Kim revealed her intention to extend her career.

Kim was active on both offense and defense this season, ranking sixth in scoring (775 points), second in attack success rate (44.98%), and eighth in defense (5.557 digs per set). However, her team, Heungkuk Saengsaeng, finished runner-up to Hyundai E&C in both the regular season and the championship finals. Kim, who signed a one-year contract with Heungkuk Life for the 2023-2024 season, was interested in extending her contract after this season, and she announced her intention to do so.

“I made a decision in the middle of the season,” Kim said, explaining that her personal performance was better and there were still a lot of people who wanted to see her play volleyball. “My record was okay, but it was actually a lot of hard work,” she said. “I’m grateful that I won the MVP at a young age as an active player. “I’m grateful that I won the MVP at such a young age as an active player. I’ll do my best to challenge for the seventh time next year.” He also vowed to win the team title, saying, “I think next year will be a more pressured season. We have to overcome it and show that we can win. We will show you one more time that we are at the top of our game,” he said.

Meanwhile, at the awards ceremony, OK Financial Group‘s foreign player Leonardo Leyva Martinez (real name Leo) was named the MVP of the men’s tournament. Samsung Fire setter Lee Jae-hyun and Korea Expressway Corporation middle blocker Kim Se-bin were honored as the Rookie of the Year for both men and women.