Another promising Baduk player has been born.Seo Ji-san (15), a local research student from Jeollanam-do, defeated Kim Tae-gyeom (20), a local research student from Ulsan, in 307 moves in the final stage of the 24th Regional Research Student Entrance Competition held at the Korea Institute of Science and Technology in Majang-ro, Seongdong-gu on the 16th.Seo Ji-san, who started from the first round of the preliminary round and achieved a total of 8 wins and 1 loss until the final round, succeeded in becoming a professional player by winning one ticket for this recruitment competition.

Seo Ji-san Chodan, a second-year student at Korea Baduk Middle School, said, “I don’t really feel it,” and added, “I recently failed the gifted talent competition, but I found my confidence again when I joined this time.” He also showed strong determination, saying, “My New Year’s wish is to win a title this year.”Seo Ji-san, who first learned Baduk during after-school education in the first grade of elementary school, went on to Korea Baduk Middle School and dreamed of becoming a professional.With Seo Ji-san’s entry into the first team, the total number of 카지노사이트킹 professional players affiliated with Korea Kiwon has increased to 424 (343 men and 81 women).

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