‘Leaving the Volleyball Court’ Hansong Announces Retirement, Says It’s Been “A Dream”

Former women’s national volleyball player Han Song-i, 39, is retiring from the sport.

Han made her professional debut in 2002 as the No. 1 overall pick in the professional volleyball draft and was named the Super League Rookie of the Year. He was the only Korean player to win the scoring title in the 07-08 season, and after joining KGC Ginseng Corporation in 2017, he switched to middle blocker and enjoyed a second peak in his career, earning Best 7 honors in back-to-back 메이저 토토사이트 seasons in 19-20 and 20-21.

Behind her colorful career is a story of consistency and hard work. She is the only female player to play all 20 seasons in the V-League, which began its 20th year in 2005, from its inaugural season to the 23-24 season.

“It’s been a dream,” she says. I was happy with the undeserved love I received from the stadium over the past seven years. Thanks to my loving family and the fans who always supported me, I was able to enjoy my career. I will greet the fans again with a good appearance,” she said in her retirement speech.

The volleyball team will hold a retirement ceremony with fans before the home opener of the 24-25 season.

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