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KT Park Kyung-soo, LG and Korean Series are Special

KT Park Kyung-soo "LG and the Korean Series are Special... Park Byung-ho Should also Wear a Championship Ring"

Park Kyung-soo and Park Byeong-ho, who started their professional careers at LG, face off against LG and KS.

Park Kyung-soo (39, kt wiz) said, “The Korean Series (KS) against the LG Twins is very special.”

Even during the fierce playoff (PO) against NC Dinos, Park Kyung-soo said, "PO hasn't even finished yet, but people around me are asking, 'How will you feel if you play against LG and KS?'"

KT defeated NC in the 5th game of PO, and starting on the 7th, they will play LG in KS with 4 wins out of 7.

When Park Kyung-soo thinks of LG, he is overcome with strange emotions. 온라인카지노

Park Kyung-soo, who received attention as a 'big rookie infielder' in 2003 and joined LG in the first round, transferred to KT in 2015 without ever playing KS.

At LG, he could not even get rid of the ‘promising player’ tag.

Park Kyung-soo recalled, "I got a lot of opportunities from LG, but I couldn't repay them.

I feel very sorry to LG fans."

Park Kyung-soo, who reached his peak after transferring to KT, contributed to the team's first overall championship in 2021 and was selected as the Korean Series Most Valuable Player (MVP) that year.

In 2021 KS, Park Kyung-soo was injured in Game 3, and watched the game from the dugout on crutches in Game 4.

KT finished KS in 4 games.

Park Kyung-soo came to the ground on crutches while being supported by Yu Han-jun and shared the victory ceremony with KT juniors.

It was a famous scene that will forever remain in Korean baseball history.

Park Kyung-soo smiled and said, “It was the best moment of my life.”

On the day Park Kyung-soo won his first KS championship, congratulatory messages poured in from former LG colleagues.

Kyung-soo Park sent a congratulatory message to LG's juniors after LG confirmed its regular season win this year.

In this way, LG players and Park Kyung-soo still look at each other with ‘affectionate feelings.’

Although Park Kyung-soo relieved himself of the burden of winning, LG has not yet stood at the top of KS since 1994.

This year, LG won the regular season for the first time in 29 years and advanced directly to KS.

There is a fierce ticket war going on in the internet baseball community, to the point where there are a series of stories of people struggling to get KS tickets.

Park Kyung-soo said, "I played for LG, and even then I aspired to win.

I know well how LG fans feel now."

However, Park Kyung-soo is a player who must play for KT's second championship.

Additionally, there is a junior right next to him who is just as desperate to win as his former LG colleague.

Park Kyung-soo said, "During this season, when our team was in the bottom tier, Park Byeong-ho protested, saying, 'Brother, I heard you let me wear a championship ring.'

At that time, I replied, 'Wait.

We'll go up.'"

He added, "We were down to 10th place in the regular season.

“I stood on the KS stage,” he said with a grin.

Byung-ho Park is also from LG.

Park Byeong-ho, who joined LG as a first-round pick in 2005, moved to Nexen Heroes (now Kiwoom) in 2011 and established himself as a slugger representing Korean baseball.

However, Park Byung-ho has not yet experienced a KS victory.

Park Kyung-soo said, "LG is a really strong team.

The players, coaching staff, and front office are all outstanding," while honoring the opponent, "We also played hard in the season and will do our best to win.

KT fans also support us passionately.

This year, “I hope Byeong-ho wears a championship ring in KS,” he said, hoping for KT to win.