‘Korean Instructor’ So Ji-hye advances to the round of 32 for the first time since her LPBA debut

‘LPBA rookie’ So Ji-hye, known among billiards fans as a beautiful Korean instructor, advanced to the round of 32 for the first time since her debut.

So Ji-hye passed the round of 128 and the round of 64 on the first day of the 2022-2023 season 7th tour Welcome Savings Bank Wellbang LPBA Championship held at the Bitmaru Broadcasting Center in Goyang City, Gyeonggi Province on the 17th.

So Ji-hye, who took first place in the group with an average of 0.652 in the round of 128 against Choi Ji-min, Yang Yu-jeong, and Son Su-yeon, scored 62 points (0.682) in the round of 64, which was followed by Jeon Ae-rin (74 points, 0.818), and finished second in the round of 32. got a ticket So Ji-hye, who maintained a narrow second place until the first half, regained her offensive power in the second half, easily beating Park Da-som (34 points) and Yoon Gyeong-nam (30 points).

So Ji-hye was eliminated in the first round of the 4th tour this season when she registered as a player. In the 5th Tour She High1 Resort Championship, she had the pleasure of passing the 1st round after only the 5th challenge, but in the 6th Tour, she sat down again in the first round. At the time, she was pushed by one car at High Run and she stayed in third place, but she was not as lucky as it had been in previous competitions.

So Ji-hye has a history of working as a player and referee belonging to the Korea Billiards Federation. She is a pool player and a veteran billiard player, but when she transferred to LPBA, she said, “It seems that she had a hard time adapting to a new method.”

So Ji-hye, who grew up as she gained experience from her failures, finally reached the stage of the round of 32 for the first time. If she passes her final survival, which will be held on the 19th, she will advance to the round of 16, where she can fight a ‘1 on 1 match’. 카지노사이트

So Ji-hye is also a professional who has nothing to do with billiards. He is an elite who received a master’s degree in Korean language education in graduate school and has been teaching Korean to foreign students at the university pulpit for her 10th year.

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