Song Gyo-chang and Park Jung-hyun of the Armed Forces Sports Corps (Sangmu) basketball team visited their alma mater.

Sangmu runs a talent donation coaching program for elite basketball players in Seoul, Gyeonggi, Incheon, and Jeonnam from the 15th to the 26th. 

On the 15th, the first day of the event, Sangmu visited Samil High School in Suwon, Gyeonggi-do. Sangmu Basketball Team consisting of Heo Hoon (Squad Leader), Kim Nak-Hyun, Kim Hoon, Park Jung-Hyun, Park Joon-Young, Yoo Hyeon-Jun, Lee Yong-Woo, Lee Yun-Ki, and Song Gyo-Chang had shooting, defense, one-on-one offense, one-on-one post-up, etc. for an hour and a half from 3:30 p.m. It was divided into 4 parts and instructed the players of Samil High School and Samil Middle School.

Song Gyo-chang and Park Jung-hyeon of Sangmu were special in their talent donation at Samil High School. It was because it was time to meet juniors from my alma mater. Song Gyo-chang said, “In fact, I didn’t come to school often after graduation. It was meaningful because it was an opportunity to teach my juniors.”

The Sangmu players went through skill training for about an hour and then played a pick-up game for 30 minutes. Song Kyo-chang and Park Jung-hyun enjoyed the game with their juniors while sweating. Park Jung-Hyun playfully launched a post-up attack against Samiljung, who was much smaller than himself. In response, Samil High and Samil Middle School players booed Park Jung-hyun, their senior.먹튀검증

In addition, when Song Kyo-chang failed to make 5 consecutive 3-point shots, Samil High School players started defending by giving outside shots. Watching this, Heo Hoon laughed at the Samil High players, saying, “Are you abandoning your senior (Song Gyo-chang)?”

Coach Park Chan-sung of Samil High School said, “The Middle and High School Basketball Federation received an application to participate in the talent donation program for Sangmu players. It will be an unforgettable time. Watching the professional players will motivate the children as well.”

In early March, Sangmu, who conducted a talent donation program for elite basketball players at Ildo Elementary School, Hamdeok Elementary School, and Jeju Dong Middle School in Jeju, expanded the talent donation program nationwide in cooperation with the Secondhand Basketball Federation. 

Sangmu started at Samil High School on the 15th, Naksaeng High School and Seongnam Middle School (16th), Songdo Middle and High School (17th), Jemulpo High School and Incheon Annam Middle School (18th), Gwangshin Broadcasting Art High School and Gwangshin Middle School (19th), Whimoon Middle and Hongdaebu Middle and High School. (20th), Baejae Middle School and High School (21st), and on the 22nd, they visit Kim Nak-hyun’s alma mater, Yeosu Hwayang High School. 

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