Shuttlecock grand banquet for multicultural family harmony National badminton competition and more

Good job Mom and Dad, fighting for the win!”On the 16th, when the ‘2023 National Multicultural Family Badminton Competition’ was held at the Goyang Gymnasium in Gyeonggi-do, the powerful voices of children cheering for their parents continued to resonate.This event, hosted by Yonhap News, a national news agency, and Goyang City Sports Council, was attended by 500 multicultural families, including athletes.People from all over the country, including Gyeongbuk and South Chungcheong Province, arrived at the competition venue earlier than registration, which started at 11 a.m., warmed up and strengthened their will to win.Kim Seo-hyeon (14), who declared as a player for the Damyang Club in Damyang-gun, Jeollanam-do, said, “I naturally learned badminton because I went to the club with my dad, and the more I sweat, the better I feel, which is attractive,” and “I competed in doubles with my club senior.” “But my goal is to win,” he said, solidifying his ambition.

Before the actual match, a demonstration match was held for the Yonex team. In the doubles match, in which Goyang Special Mayor Lee Dong-hwan also participated, each time the team showed a great performance, gasps flowed from the audience.Kim Dong-gi and Xiangkun (China), who participated for the first time and were eliminated from the preliminaries after losing twice in a row, said, “I participated to let my son, who was competing in elementary school, know that there is a wonderful festival that multicultural families can enjoy together,” and added, “We are preparing in advance for next year’s competition.” “So I plan to pass the preliminaries,” he said, relieving his disappointment.Children who participated in the event with their parents shouted happily as they went between the various experience booths.When a long rally continued, applause and shouts of support erupted, and encouragement was given to participants who unfortunately 온라인카지노 lost or elementary school players who made mistakes repeatedly, saying, “It’s okay.”

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