North Korea, Which Lost to China in the Women’s Basketball Semifinals

[Asian Games] North Korea, Which Lost to China in the Women’s Basketball Semifinals by 56 Points, Does not Attend the Press Conference Again

North Korea, which lost to China by 56 points in the women’s basketball semifinals of the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games,

declined to hold a post-game press conference.

North Korean Women’s Basketball

Following his failure to appear at the press conference after losing the ‘North-South Showdown’ in the table tennis finals of the Asian Games for the first time in 33 years the previous day,

he was absent from the press conference for two consecutive days. 온라인카지노

The North Korean women’s basketball team lost 44-100 to China in the semifinals of the tournament held at the Hangzhou Olympic Sports Center Gymnasium in Zhejiang Province, China, on the afternoon of the 3rd.

In this basketball event, the coach and players of the team that lost the game first visit the conference room and express their feelings.

However, even after the designated time, North Korea’s coach Seong-sim Jeong did not show up,

after about 7 more minutes, officials from the organizing committee verbally announced,

“There will be no press conference for North Korea.”

After the game, the North Korean players who met with South Korean reporters in the joint reporting area also remained silent and headed to the locker room.

North Korea did not attend the official press conference hosted by the organizing committee of the table tennis event the previous day.

Table Tennis

At the time, the organizing committee announced at the start of the press conference that “players from the Joseon team will not participate.”

The day before, North Korea’s Cha Soo-young and Park Soo-kyung lost the gold medal to South Korea’s Shin Yu-bin and Jeon Ji-hee in the table tennis women’s doubles final held at the Gungsu Canal Sports Park Gymnasium in Hangzhou.

This was the first North-South table tennis final held at the Asian Games in 33 years since the men’s team event at the 1990 Beijing Games.

On this day, the North Korean women’s basketball team had a hard time being pushed out by China’s tall players without center Park Jin-ah, born in 2003, who is 205 cm tall.

North Korea, which grabbed 25 rebounds, gave up a whopping 52 to China.

He contributed 25 points and 15 rebounds to 2m center Li Weru.

North Korea, which failed to advance to the finals, headed to the bronze medal match.

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