Following the so-called ’99s’, born in 1999, who caused a stir in the professional volleyball men’s V-League in the 2022-2023 season
young guns born after 2000 are giving vitality this season. The main characters are Jeong Han-yong of Korean Air
Park Seong-jin of Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance, and Han Tae-jun of Woori Card.
Outside heater Jeong Han-yong, born in 2001 and a graduate of Hongik University and in his third year as a professional 토토사이트
joined Korean Air as the 3rd pick in the first round of the 2021-2022 season draft.
As of the 15th, he scored 127 points, ranked 7th in scoring, and ranked 2nd in overall attack with an attack success rate of 60.12%.
Ranks 4th in the serve category with an average of 0.39 serves per set.
He scores more than 10 points in every game and ranks first in back attack (68.29% success rate) and fifth in quick open (60.82%).
He also has strong defense. He ranked 7th in defense with 4.07 digs per set and 12th with 1.61 digs (defense against non-serve attacks) per set.
He is ranked first in scoring, offense, defense, and digs, beating veteran seniors at last season’s championship team, Korean Air.
Jeong Han-yong scored 29 points with a 30.3% attack share in the KB Insurance match on the 28th of last month
recording his highest score in a single game.
In the second round match against KB Sonbo on the 11th, he scored 22 points, including 6 serves
his most serve record in one game, and achieved his first triple crown (3 or more each of blocking, serving, and back attack) in his debut.
Park Seong-jin, an outside heater born in 2000 and a graduate of Myongji University
wore a Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance uniform as the 4th pick in the second round of the 2022-2023 season draft.
He received the Skill Development Award (MIP) at the 2023 Gumi-Dodram Cup Professional Volleyball Competition held last August, and has scored double-digit scores three times this season
forming a triangle with Yosbani and Kim Jeong-ho.
It ranks 2nd in rear-end attacks with a 68.09% success rate, and 9th in time gap attacks with a 63.64% success rate. With 58 points
he is the third highest scorer among Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance after Yosbani (200 points) and outside hitter Kim Jeong-ho (81 points).
In the first round match against Korean Air, he scored 16 points
his most points in a single game.
KB Insurance boasted a 70.59% attack success rate.
Taejun Han, a setter born in 2004 and a graduate of Suseong High School
was selected by Woori Card as the 4th pick in the first round of the 2022-2023 season draft.
He played in 18 games and 45 sets as Hwang Seung-bin’s backup setter last season.
Starting this season, when Hwang Seung-bin left for KB Insurance
he became the starting setter for Woori Card and led the team to five consecutive wins since the team was founded for the first time since its opening.
He rose to the top of the set with an average of 12.38 per set.
The overall success rate increased during sets for open, fast attack, quick open, time difference, and rear attack. Compared to the previous season
the overall offensive set success rate increased from 43.6% to 55.6%. Compared to last season
blocking increased from an average of 0.044 to 0.414, and digs increased from an average of 0.467 to 1.31.
In addition, Woori Card’s Kim Young-jun, Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance’s Kim Jun-woo
OK Financial Group’s Shin Ho-jin, and Hyundai Capital’s Lee Hyun-seung are also showing improved skills compared to last season.