We will do our best to prepare for the upcoming Hangzhou Asian Games.”


The Korean National Breaking Team departed for Portugal on the morning of the 27th via Incheon International Airport as they continue their quest to qualify for next year’s Paris Olympics .Led by head coach Jung Hyung-sik (Sick), the national breaking team will compete at the 2023 World Dance Sports Federation (WDSF) World Series in Porto, Portugal on March 30-31.Korea will be represented by national b-boys Park Insoo (KILL) and Kim Hongyeol (Hong10) and b-girls Jeon Jeonye (Freshbella), Kwon Sunghee (Starry), and Kim Ye-ri (YELL).In place of Kim Heon-woo (Wing), who won the 2023 WDSF Asia Breaking Championships in Hangzhou, China last month to secure his spot in the Olympic Qualifier Series (OQS), the Olympic qualifier for the event, will be regular Kim Jong-ho (Leon), who will be looking to secure an additional qualifying ticket. “We are competing as a pace check with a focus on the Hangzhou Asian Games next month,” said Chung, who vowed to do his best to prepare.”Due to a sudden four-hour flight delay, I lost about a day to adjust my condition, but I will prepare well by doing recovery exercises locally,” said Chung, adding that “the athletes who perform well (at this event) will be included in the roster for the World Championships in Belgium just before the Asian Games.” “I started the season late and didn’t compete as much as other athletes, so this tournament is important because I need to accumulate points to qualify for the OQS, which is the Olympic qualifier,” said Kim Hong-yeol, the eldest brother. “I’m not focusing on one round, but I’ve prepared to utilize a variety of techniques evenly and to the fullest.” “I personally had a hard time believing the result of last month’s Hangzhou Asia Breaking Championships (18th place), but I thought about it and made up for what I lacked,” Park said, explaining, “I filled in the stylistic part in addition to my existing power moves and techniques.” “After this competition, there is only one World Series left,” said Jeon, who recently recovered from a bout with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). “I’m still having trouble breathing, but I think it’s my last chance, so I’m going to take it seriously and aim for a quarterfinal finish or better.” “I want to be in the top three,” said Kwon Sung-hee, “but I think I’m still showing my impatience on stage. I’m going to take my time and find my own charms that I can show besides my skills,” she said. Kim Yeri, who was worried about jet lag due to a sudden flight delay, said, “I’m going to sleep as much as I can and control my physical condition so that I can show what I’ve been preparing for at this event and then try to make the World Championships roster, which has five OQS spots up for grabs.” The World Series offers the most Olympic qualifying points of any WDSF 토토사이트 event.

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