‘Hyeonsu’ Edman (St. Louis) is serious about joining the Korean national team. He hasn’t set a date yet, but he’s prepared to say the simple word himself, no matter when he joins. He plans to ask Kim Gwang-hyeon (SSG) to become a Korean teacher as well.
Edman appeared on MLB Network on the 21st (Korean time) and revealed the process of joining the Korean WBC team, his feelings, and his determination. Edman said, “I’ve heard a lot about the rivalry between Korea and Japan,” and “I want to participate in the Korea-Japan match and feel the atmosphere.” Her mother, Kwak Kyung-ah (Maureen Kwak), said that she had been a baseball fan since she was a child, so it seems that she has already had an indirect experience.
She just wasn’t excited. After Edman made up his mind to join the Korean national team, he started learning simple Korean. He said in an interview with a domestic media earlier that he started learning Korean and he wanted to learn Korean baseball terminology.
In the broadcast on the 21st, when asked about his Korean skills, he replied, “I’m working hard. I thought I should learn simple expressions before joining the national team.” “Kwang-hyun Kim, who played in St. Louis, is also in the national team. I will learn from Kwang-hyun Kim.” . 카지노
Kim Gwang-hyun played for St. Louis for two years, 2020 and 2021. It was at a time when Edmund, who had made his major league debut in 2019, was just trying to expand his presence on his team. It seems that there was a lot of exchange between the two at this time.
After returning to the KBO league, Kim Gwang-hyun said, “I thought that I might be able to come out of Korea after the WBC (scheduled for 2021) was postponed, but I have never directly talked about it. Still, I think positively about Korea. He is a player who has a talent. He is a gentle player, and I wonder if he would be willing to come if I were called.” That became a reality, and Kim Gwang-hyun became Edmund’s teammate and Korean teacher.
On the other hand, Edman said on the air, “There is a good interpreter. He was the interpreter when Oh Seung-hwan played for St. Louis a few years ago.” Following Oh Seung-hwan, Koo Ki-hwan, who moved the words of manager Matt Williams at the KIA Tigers, is the main character. Dan Koo Gi-hwan is in charge of media for the WBC Korean national team, not as an interpreter. He is a person chosen by the WBCI, not the KBO.
He said that he had been offered the same job at the 2017 WBC earlier, and was able to participate in the WBC again thanks to the consideration of the agency he is currently working for. Ki-hwan Koo said, “I got in touch with Edman through my colleagues in St. Louis. I think a professional interpreter will be assigned, but I said I would help with anything I could.”