‘Bride of May’ Go Ara (Woori Bank) visited Anyang. It was to support the ‘preliminary groom’ Bae Byung-jun (KGC).
On the 23rd, Bae Byung-joon cheered for Go Ara in the third round of the WKBL championship match held at Sajik Gymnasium in Busan and watched Woori Bank’s combined victory, and this time it was Go Ara’s turn.
Go Ara watched the match between Anyang KGC Ginseng Corporation and Wonju DB Promy held at Anyang Gymnasium on the 26th, and cheered and applauded Bae Byeong-jun, who was delighted with KGC’s victory and lifting the trophy.
Go A-ra said, “It feels really good to win the championship together. It’s been a few days since I won the championship, but seeing my boyfriend’s victory scene is heartwarming. I will cheer hard so that I can win the integrated championship like the bank.”
He said, “I often came to watch games when the time was right. I’ve been taken care of by my family while playing basketball, and seeing my boyfriend play in the stands, I understand the feelings of my parents and family who have watched over me. I think I’m more worried that I won’t get hit,” he said. 스포츠토토
Even in the midst of this, he did not forget his affection for the prospective groom.
Go Ara said, “(Bae Byeong-jun) is a very sincere player. I know that he showed a good performance this season and received a lot of good reviews. I was worried a lot, but even in the midst of that, if I did well, I was very happy that my hard work was shown.”
Go Ara, who transferred to Woori Bank after the last season, played an active role as the sixth man of Woori Bank, which built an absolute power. He didn’t start as a starting pitcher like before, and although there were ups and downs due to injuries, he played his part whenever his team needed it.
In particular, in the playoffs and championship game, he averaged 6.8 points and 7.2 rebounds, making a great contribution to Woori Bank lifting the spring basketball trophy in 5 games. It was his first win since making his professional debut in 2007.
Bae Byeong-Jun also played a big role as the main sixth man of KGC, who won the regular league championship this season.
He played in 46 games and averaged 19 minutes and 35 seconds, averaging 6.1 points, 2.1 rebounds and 1.2 assists. After joining the pro in 2012, he went through LG, KGC, and SK, and returned to KGC this season, and had a career high season. With his rapid development of skills, he is attracting attention as a strong MIP award candidate.