Kim Yeon-kyung’s Women’s Volleyball Challenge Against Brazil in 45 Years
The Korean women’s volleyball team will fight for Olympic medal in 45 years.
South Korea will have a semi-final match against Brazil at Ariake Stadium in Tokyo on the 6th.
If the Korean women’s volleyball team wins this match, it will advance to the finals and secure the Olympic medal for the first time in 45 years since the 1976 Montreal Olympics bronze medal.
She will also compete in the Olympic final for the first time in Korean women’s volleyball history.
South Korea, led by Kim Yeon-kyung (Shanghai, China), has won all five-set matches in recent years and is on a marked rise.
Starting with a 3-2 victory over the Dominican Republic, which was considered the first obstacle to advance to the quarterfinals in the group stage, Japan and Gyeonggi Province won 3-2.
In particular, he was dragged 12-14 in the fifth set against Japan, but overturned it and won a thrilling come-from-behind victory.
In addition to this, South Korea won 3-2 in the quarterfinals with Turkey and advanced to the semifinals 토토사이트
Brazil, the third-ranked country in the world, won the 2012 London Olympics, and met in the first group stage of the tournament and Korea was completely defeated 0-3.
Korea, ranked 14th in the world, is losing to Brazil by 18 wins and 45 losses in history, but it is worth looking forward to a revenge match in that the atmosphere of the Korean team is on the rise compared to the first match of the group match.