Korea Badminton Scene

Discussion in 'Korea Professional Players' started by blabl, Jan 30, 2016.

  1. Woesi

    Woesi Regular Member

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    I hope so, would love to see them win this.

    Chia/Soh have not been too convincing in their last few matches, good chances for Ko/Shin to beat them and advance to the finals.
     
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    We need more Korean in top badminton scenes
    Any win for Korea is appreciated
     
  3. trizzforce

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    I agree with this. Their Mens' departments are struggling really badly. The ranking gap between Seo/Choi and their juniors Kim Won Ho / Kang Min Hyuk is too wide.
     
  4. Dangho

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    In the coming indonesian tournaments, seo will be playing with kang and choi with kim. They are testing new combinations in xd too as seo will be playing with kim hye jeong and kim young hyuk with chae
     
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  5. Woesi

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    Good game by Ko/Shin today.

    The next match against the minions tomorrow will be tough.
    I don't see the Koreans matching their speed and they have not been very solid in their defense today, so it will be interesting to see which strategy they try to use tomorrow.
     
  6. Dangho

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    No Korean representatives in MD or XD the coming world championships…has this ever happened before?
     
  7. Justafan90

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    I wonder why not, i think ko/shin declined as did choi/seo? Weird
     
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    nice to see him in the final of the Korea Masters. quite out of nowhere!
     
  9. Justafan90

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    I thought jeon hyuk jin was back. Why is he not playing in Indonesia masters/open etc? He needs to play to improve his rankings
     
  10. Dangho

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    He is playing in european lower tier tournaments instead
     
  11. Justafan90

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    Is there a reason for that? Shouldn’t he prioritize the super 1000 like indonesia open to move his rankings back up?
     
  12. Justafan90

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    They need to reunite seo and choi looking at how the pairs performed in Indonesia masters
     
  13. terrynguyen121988

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    Did Korea Air sponsor for Korea players ???

    like ANA for Japan and Eva Air for Tai Tzu Ying.

    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

    In Vietnam, we have many talents who can win a small tournament in international tours, but the winning prize cannot cover accommodation cost. That is the problem for Vietnamese who wants to take part in international tours.
     

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