I think you know where my stomping grounds are. Hope to see you there often.
I think you know where my stomping grounds are. Hope to see you there often.
I'm loaded up with Ghostery and uBlock and all kinds of stuff, which is sometimes why things don't work. I can see the video on the page but any touches just popup crap. I did get to see the first one, where they serve at targets and then compare baby pictures and sleeping faces, from that N K Youtuber who just got busted again. (btw, I think it's this kind of stuff that gets him busted more than posting High School Championship matches, but I digress)
I even tried copying the entire source code into jDownloader to see if it could parse anything, but nada. maybe there's a geo block? I hope the other one will make it to youtube. It's the VS Arashi group, right?
Strange, I only get 1 tab popping up (maybe your computer is super fast compare to mine) and I only use AdblockPlus + Ghostery. What about the setting on chrome? Do you have Pop-ups and Redirects set to Block (in Settings > Advance > Privacy and Security > Site Settings)?
Yeah, the first link is for the vs Arashi episode with the NT. I wasn't successful either.
Looking forward to how Jung Ho Young evolves. If she wants to become the next Kim Yeon Koung, that's a lot of pressure!
Yes, a lot of pressure.
At the moment, her reception/receiving is a real concern for me and her movement sometime feels a bit slow.
I really don't want to see her get change to middle blocker, it would be such a waste.
I can't get anything to play there. Just popups to online poker sites
Seriously... Sorry. When I go there, a new window/tab does opened up but I closed that quickly and the page work fine. Flash isn't required so the video should at least show up.
The only think I can think and recommend is an extension called ghostery as a backup to adblock.
Ghostery chrome extension link: https://chrome.google.com/webs…chcflejclcbmpeaniij?hl=en
Interestingly, the match-ups between the Asian countries was exactly the same the last time they played against each other.
During the semi-finals of 2018 U17 Asian Championship, China was up against Korea and Japan went head-to-head against Thailand. Both semi-finals went to the 5h sets before CHN and JPN emerged victoriously. I don't think Korea will get pass China this time around either but you never know how things will end up in sports. After all, Korea did beat China earlier during the group stage at the same competition last year 3-1.
I saw one of those VS Arashi shows with NT members. Embarrassingly fun. Will this be a live thing we can watch, do you know? Or wait for it to be uploaded?
Yes, if you can find a live stream for Fuji TV. I'm keeping my fingers crossed that it will get uploaded. Don't worry, once I find it I will share the link.
Here is their previous appearance on the show in 2014 https://www.bilibili.com/video/av1415831/
The girls are back on Japanese variety shows once again.
Also, this Thursday (Sept. 12) they will also be back on VS嵐 (VS Arashi).
Appearing on the show will be Erika Araki, Miya Sato, Risa Shinnabe, Mako Kobata, Sarina Koga, Ai Kurogo, former NT member Motoko Obayashi and a comedian called Yoshimi Tokui.
Results for the remaining exhibition matches.
Saturday (Sept. 7th)
IBK 3-1 KGC ( 25-23, 18-25, 25-15, 25-22 )
Hyundai E&C 2-2 Korea Expressway ( 25-22, 19-25, 25-20, 15-25 )
Sunday (Sept. 8th)
IBK 2 - 2 Hyundai E&C ( 23-25, 25-17, 16-25, 25-21 )
Korea Expressway 2 - 2 KGC ( 24-26, 25-21, 26-24, 22-25 )
Some fans was kind enough to put up live updates of each sets (the above links), but it was bloody hard deciphering what was happening as they used abbreviation of the players' name.
Also, I got more news update coming including KOVO Cup schedule.
Hyundai 3-1 KGC (20-25, 25 - 18, 25-21, 25-17) on Friday, Sept 6th.
Diouf and Maya both only played the first two sets. Diouf scored 13 points, 11 from 24 spikes and 2 blocks.'
Last season rookie of the year, Jeong Ji-Yun continued to play well by scoring 17 points (incl. 4 aces and 2 blocks). Hyundai coach Lee D-Hee might move her to wings during the season.
From comments on DC inside, Go Ye-Rim played well but Hwang Min-Kyung was shaking early on in the game.
The Japan v Turkey stream only had the 4th and 5th set. I haven't checked this one out yet but it's only 45 minutes so it's probably the same.
Most likely the broadcaster started airing the game late.
Found some games on Sport Channel.
BEL vs THA - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mEL1qOurHSY
PER vs BUL - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FgEDnSaSiTs
KOR vs CAN - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1_Vcctoujno
USA vs MEX - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PptPbeydNOI
JPN vs TUR - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FVShnCKND0c
PER vs CON - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ikioMBwlm9o
RUS vs ARG - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gIel9f8a_KE
MEX vs KOR (Fancam) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lzofAr_YS7w
Thank you for the welcome.
Yeah, I think setter is a position that need lots of game time to become a better player
Isn't Dayeong will get her FA status after next season?
I'm kinda new to v-league so I don't know much about their rules and all
I guess Hyundai will persuade her to stay. I don't think the new setter will be ready
Unless they get experience setter from other team.
OH is always a problem for Hyundai. I noticed they mainly use MB and OPP for points
Yeah, Da-Yeong will have FA status at the end of this upcoming season, same with Jae-yeong. Actually, a lot of players will have FA status, including Kim Hee-Jin and Park Jeong-Ah. I think Hyundai will do all it can to hold onto Da-Yeong.
Btw, I have seen comments/rumours on Korean forum saying that Lee Jae-Yeong will join Da-Yeong at Hyundai after the 2019/20 season. But, I think Heungkuk will not let Jae-Yeong go so easily. Jae-Yeong will be earning 320M KRW for this upcoming season, making her the 3rd highest earner in the league behind Yang Hyo-Jin and Park Jeong-Ah. It will be hard for Hyundai to fit Jae-Yeong in the team due to the team salary cap.
Top 10 Female Player Earner for 2019/2020
1. Yang Hyo-Jin - 350M KRW
1. Park Jeong-Ah - 350M KRW
3. Lee Jae-Yeong - 320M KRW
4. Kim Hee-Jin - 300M KRW
5. Kim Su-Ji - 270M KRW
6. Lee So-Young - 220M KRW
7. Kim Hae-Ran - 200M KRW
7. Han Soo-Ji - 200M KRW
9. YimMyung-Ok - 180M KRW
9. Lee Da-Yeong - 180M KRW
Sadly no broadcast and no stream.
Korea Expressway Hi-pass 1-3 IBK Altos
( 20-25, 25-22, 22-25, 21-25 )
Hi-pass: Lee Jeong-Won, Atkinson, Jung Dae-Young, Jeong Sun-Ah, Yoo Seo-Yeun, Moon Jung-Won, Yim Myung-Ok (Li)
IBK: Lee Na-Yeon, Pyeon Ji-Su, Anae, Moon Ji-Yun, Kim Hyun-Ji, Kim Ju-Hyang, Baek Mok-Hwa (Li)
Set 1: IBK take the first set 1 25-20 against Expressway.
Set 2: Expressway even it up 1-1, 25-22
Set 3: IBK take the lead 2-1, winning the set 25-22.
Set 4: IBK win the match 3-1, 25-21.
OH Baek Mok-Hwa was playing as a receiving Libero and was alternating with Park Sang-Mi. Apparently this was the suggestion of the new IBK coach. Also, it seem like Kim Ju-Hyang (formerly Hyundai E&C) and Moon Ji-Yun (mini Kim Hee-Jin) are playing well for IBK.
Hi-pass best player was OH Yoo Seo-Yeun, scoring 16 points and was second highest on the team behind Atkinson with 17 points.
Gwangju Four Teams Exhibition Matches
Friday (Sept. 6)
IBK vs. Korea Expressway (16:00 KST)
Hyundai E&C vs KGC (18:00 KST)
Saturday (Sept. 7)
KGC vs IBK (14:00 KST)
Korea Expressway vs Hyundai E&C (16:00 KST)
Hyundai E&C vs. IBK (14:00 KST)
Korea Expressway vs KGC (16:00 KST)
Four of the women's teams (Korea Expressway, KGC, IBK and Hyundai E&C) have decided to hold a 4 teams exhibition matches in Gwangju on September 6-8th. The reason as to why the four teams are holding this event is all due to the recent political tension between Japan and Korea. As a result of this and current public sentiment, the majority of the sporting teams have abandoned their plans to have training camps/friendly matches in Japan. The teams were worried about public backlash if they went ahead with their original plans. To replace their cancelled training camps and friendly matches, the four women teams decided to organised this event.
At one stage of the discussion, there was talk that all six women teams would take part in this event. But due to constraints with the renting the gymnasium and the scheduling for all six teams, it was decided that only the original four teams would participate in this event.
Hyundai really need a good backup setter for Lee Dayeong
She can't do setter job alone like the last 2 seasons
Plus being the main setter for national team too, the risk of injury is too high
From last kovo cup matches that I watched, their current backup setter still kinda lacking..
Yeah, Hyundai definitely needed another backup setter for Da-Yeong.
Looking at all the backup setters in all six teams, and I have to say Lee Da-In is probably the weakest out all them. However to be fair, she hasn't had much game time over the past two seasons (in total - 3 league games and 4 KOVO cup games) compare to the other backup setters in the other teams.
I don't know much about Hyundai new setter Kim Hyun-Ji from Jecheon G.H.S..
Also, I'm surprised that Hyundai didn't recruit more players in this year draft. They could use with another OH and another libero.
Oh, and welcome to the forum.
Results of the 2019-2020 KOVO Women's Rookie Draft
Intern Players Round
KGC new rookies - Jung Ho-Young and Gu Sol (L-R).
Hyundai E&C - Lee Da-Hyun and Kim Hyun-Ji (L-R).
GS Caltex - Lee Hyun, Jang Ji-Won, and Kwon Min-Ji (L-R).
Korea Expressway - Lee Se-Bin, Ahn Ye-Rim, Kang Ji-Min (L-R).
IBK - Yook Seo-Young, Choi Ga-Eun, Lee Jin, and Jeon Ha-Ri (L-R)
Heungkuk - Kim Da-Eun, Park Hyun-Joo, Lee Yoo-An (L-R)
1st is KGC, 2nd is Hyundai E&C, 3rd is GS Caltex, 4th Korea Expressway, 5th IBK, and 6th is Heungkuk.
And as expected...
KGC picked Jung Ho-Young
Whilst, Hyundai E&C picked up Lee Da-Hyun and GS Caltex get Kwon in-Ji.
P.S. I will post the full results a bit later. I want to check I got result correctly written down.
What is their expectations for this tournament?
Not too sure, I haven't heard anything in the Korean media about the U18 tournament.
Personally, I don't expect much from them, after all they only managed to get 4th at last year U17 Asian Championship.
2018 AVC Asian Women's U17 Volleyball Championship
Preliminary Match - JPN vs KOR
Preliminary Match - KOR vs CHN
Quarter-Finals Match - KOR vs IND
Semi-Finals Match - KOR vs CHN
Bronze Medal Match - THA vs KOR
Just over half of the team that played at the U17 Asian Championship was named for this team (Players' name in Red below).
South Korea U18 NT for the 2019 FIVB Girls' U18 World Championship
Outside Hitter: CHONG Hyo-Jin, SEO You-Kyeong, PARK Su-Yeon, KIM Jeong-A
Opposite Spiker: CHOI Jeong-Min, HAN Mi-Reu, PARK Eun-Seo
Middle Blocker: LEE Seon-Woo, LEE Hyun-Ji,
Setter: PARK Hye-Jin, PARK Sa-Rang
Libero: KIM Su-Bin
Coach: SEO Dong-Sun
IMHO, the very minimum for this team is get to the Round of 16. And if they are very lucky with the draws... hmmm maybe top 8.