Shin Jin-seo, Who has Achieved a New Nongshim Cup History

Shin Jin-seo, who has achieved a new Nongshim Cup history, says, “I am proud and honored.”

Korea leads Korea to 4 consecutive wins with 6 consecutive wins and 16 total wins.

Shin Jin-seo (23), 9th dan, who came out as a short-term champion and came back to win the Korean Baduk game that was on the brink, expressed his feelings of “proud and honor.”

Shin Jin-seo defeated China’s No. 1 player Gu Zihao (25), 9th dan,

by disqualification in the final match of the third round of the 25th Nongshim Shin Ramyun Cup World Baduk Championship held in Shanghai, China on the 23rd,

leading Korea to its fourth consecutive victory in the tournament. 파워볼사이트

In particular, in a crisis situation where Korea’s leading runners in this tournament,

8th dan Seol Hyun-jun and 9th dan Byeon Sang-il, Won Seong-jin and Park Jeong-hwan,

were eliminated early without even a single win,

China’s top 5 riders and Japan’s captain Yuta Iyama 6th dan were selected.

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He achieved a new era by defeating them all on his own.

In the history of Nongshim Cup, Shin Jin-seo is the first player to win six straight games.

In addition, Shin Jin-seo achieved Pajuk’s 16th consecutive win starting from the 22nd tournament,

leading Korea to its 4th consecutive victory.

His role model and idol, 9th Dan Lee Chang-ho,

even broke the previous record of 14 consecutive wins set during the 1st to 6th competitions in this competition.

However, it does not mean that there was no crisis.

On this day, he was comfortably ahead until the middle of the final stage,

but suddenly made a mistake on the right side and his situation was reversed.

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After the game that day, Shin Jin-seo expressed his true feelings through the Korea Foundation,

saying, “Of course, today’s game was the most difficult,” and “(During the game),

there was a time when I thought it would be difficult.”

However, Shin Jin-seo, who succeeded in a comeback after a persistent battle, said,

“I am proud to have won a big game,” and added, “I thought it was a long way when I played the first game,

but I am honored to have won 6 games in a row like this.”

He also said, “Thanks to coach Hong Min-pyo who took good care of me, my condition was not a problem.

I shouldn’t think about winning when playing a game,

but I was vague about it, so I think I played bad baduk later.”

However, he said, “I was able to win because I kept my head up until the end.”

Regarding the situation where he won five games in a row in Shanghai alone, he said,

“I thought I had a good chance of playing against 9th Dan Iyama in the first game.”

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