Korea forgives…? Choo Shin-soo doesn’t seem to be easy to apologize…’Silence’ after driving a ‘nail’ to the victim of ‘school violence’ and hurting Kim Hyun-soo’s back

Choo Shin-soo (SSG Landers) recently said in an interview with a Korean radio station in Dallas, Texas, that he regretted the dropout of Ahn Woo-jin from the WBC team, which caused controversy over ‘academic violence’, and said, “It seems that it is not easy to forgive in Korea.”

It was the sound of driving a ‘nail’ into the victims of ‘academic violence’. Ahn Woo-jin is left uneasy. He apologized when the controversy arose because of him.

However, Choo Shin-soo does not give any explanation for his remarks.

Choo Shin-soo also criticized the fact that young players such as Ahn Woo-jin were excluded from the national team, saying, “How long are Kim Hyun-soo and Yang Hyeon-jong?”

It is a remark that hurts veteran players such as Kim Hyun-soo and Yang Hyeon-jong.

In fact, if you look closely, the target of the generational change is Choo Shin-soo himself. Still playing at 41, he’s blocking the way for the younger players on the team.

But it’s not his fault that he still plays because he decided he needed the team. If so, Kim Hyun-soo and others were also selected because they needed a national team, so you shouldn’t talk about it.

It is natural for him to apologize if he has driven a ‘nail’ and hurt him.

Nevertheless, Choo Shin-soo maintains a silent mode. Do you think it’s best to avoid ‘showers’?

To be honest, Choo Shin-soo is not a good player for the KBO. He should have just finished his career in the major leagues. His body is Korean, but his mindset is American.

During the interview, Choo Shin-soo said, “I have a lot to say.”

Now that things have come to this, say what you want to say. What are you afraid of?

Choo Shin-soo defended against the point that he had not responded to the national team for 10 years after receiving benefits from military service.

He is also known to have said that “even if given the same circumstances again, I would have made the same decision” when the controversy arose over his two sons giving up their Korean citizenship. 토토사이트

He then protested, “No matter what I say, I won’t be able to change people’s minds. I’ve been jumping up until now, promoting Korea to people who don’t even know where Korea is or where it’s located.”

Was he not so proud of the controversies surrounding him and his family?

So, if he thinks there is a problem with his remarks, he ‘apologizes’, and if he thinks there is no problem, make a bold defense. Silence is not golden. Wouldn’t it be better to put an end to all controversies and play baseball in peace?

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