Assistance’s “Assist For Youth” project is underway to develop youth basketball in Korea from 2022. The Ilsan national LINE basketball class, which is working with the main project, participated in the Gimpo SK Autumn Basketball Competition and had a good time after a long time.
Ilsan national LINE basketball class, which opened early this year and continues to be active. The Ilsan national LINE basketball class, which has stabilized through various activities, has completed preparations to take a leap forward by operating the national team and participating in external competitions.
The Ilsan national team LINE basketball class, which was having a busy time, recently had a break. An internal competition, which felt like an autumn sports day, was held, and the children had a good time without being stressed about winning or losing.
A total of four teams participated in the Ilsan national LINE basketball class, which participated in the fall basketball competition held at Gimpo Gochon Noeul Gymnasium on the 22nd, including two teams in the sixth grade, one team in the fourth grade, and one team in the second and third grades.
The Ilsan national LINE basketball class, which participated in this competition with Gimpo SK Pungmu and long-term players, was able to spend a leisurely time and have time to interact with parents and students.
The competition was more focused on exchanges than wins and losses, and Ilsan national LINE basketball class players also played basketball that they had learned on the court, and laughter did not leave their faces.
The Ilsan national LINE basketball class, which also participated in the competition in March, participated in the competition for the second time and had more time.
Min Sung-joo, head of the Ilsan national LINE basketball class, said, “This competition is like a sports day held twice a year for internal exchanges rather than wins and losses. I participated for the first time in March, and my children were very nervous at that time. However, this is my second participation, so I think all the children were less nervous and had fun in the game,” he said.
“Eight months have already passed since I started teaching children in February. After retiring from the pro, I met my children, and I think it was a time for me to grow up with them. There are still many shortcomings, but we will continue to make more efforts to help the children of the Ilsan national team LINE basketball class grow properly.” he added.
Four teams from the Ilsan national LINE basketball class, which participated in the fall basketball competition, finished off their pleasant day with good performances, including winning the 2nd and 3rd grades, the 2nd, the 4th, the 6th, and the 2nd place.