Even though Jeon Kwang-in, a “all-around beauty”, was in the stands, not on the court, Hyundai Capital was still strong. Several players shared and covered the vacant seats, showing the potential to pass the playoffs.
Hyundai Capital won a set score 3-1 (25-19, 25-19, 23-25, 25-21) 메이저사이트in Game 3 of the Dodram 2022-2023 V-League playoffs held at Cheonan Yu Gwan-sun Gymnasium on the 28th. .
With this victory, Hyundai Capital, who recorded a playoff record of 2 wins and 1 loss, advanced to the championship match and will play the final match against Korean Air, who placed first in the regular league, in a best-of-five match from the 30th. While Hyundai Capital took its place on the court as the leader of Moon Seong-min’s team, Hong Dong-sun and Kim Seon-ho followed by Lee Si-woo worked hard to cover Jeon Kwang-in’s position. This was the foundation for advancing to the championship game.
The fighting spirit of KEPCO, which finished the season journey today, was also great. After finishing the regular league in 4th place, KEPCO passed the semi-playoffs, and even in the playoffs, it was impressive that they showed progress from last season by playing excellent games in the 1st and 2nd games.
Hyundai Capital led the victory with Oreol scoring 26 points, Heo Soo-bong 15 points, and Kim Myeong-gwan 8 points. Blocking 12-4, serve 8-5 advantage was decisive. For KEPCO, Thais scored 18 points, Seo Jae-deok 16 points, Lim Seong-jin 11 points, and Shin Young-seok 9 points, but Seungri was short of the last 2ㅅ%.
Hyundai Capital’s starting pitchers were Apposite Spiker Heo Soo-Bong (2), Outside Hitters Lee Si-Woo (3) and O’Reol (6), Middle Blockers Choi Min-Ho (4) and Moon Seong-Min (1), Setter Kim Myeong-Gwan (5), and Libero Park Kyung-Min. . For KEPCO, opposite striker Seo Jae-deok (2), outside hitters Lim Seong-jin (3) and Thais (6), middle blockers Cho Keun-ho (4) and Shin Young-seok (1), setter Ha Seung-woo (5), and libero Lee Ji-seok stepped onto the court first.
With the start of the first set , Hyundai Capital took the lead. Heo Soo-bong responded with a sub-ace to Choi Min-ho’s quick break, and Oreol’s strike from the rear gave them a 3-0 lead. After an opponent’s mistake, O’Reol’s neat goal made the score 5-1.
KEPCO pursued 6-7 with the scores of Lim Seong-jin, Seo Jae-deok and Thais in turn. Afterwards, Hyundai Capital showed concentration in the mid-set fight. In 12-11, Heo Soo-bong scored a back attack, followed by Moon Seong-min’s direct kill, Oreoll’s strong hit, and Kim Myung-gwan’s sub-ace to run to 16-11.
The five-point gap was not easily narrowed. KEPCO reached 17-19 with Seo Jae-deok and Thais’ front and back scoring, but Hyundai Capital confirmed its lead by 22-18 with Choi Min-ho’s blocking score after Oreol’s blow. The first set was won by Hyundai Capital 25-19.
2 sets . For KEPCO, Ha Seung-woo setter started at No. 4 and Lim Seong-jin started at No. 2. Hyundai Capital maintained the first set formation.
KEPCO took an early 3-0 lead with Jo Keun-ho’s quick break and Thais’ two strong hits.
However, this lead did not last long. Hyundai Capital tied the game 5-5 with Moon Seong-min’s blocking goal following Oreol’s strong blow after the opponent’s consecutive mistakes.
In the ensuing 8-8, Oreol’s two strong hits followed by a sub ace led Hyundai Capital to an 11-8 lead this time. KEPCO confronted Lim Seong-jin and Thais, making the score tied 13-13. However, Hyundai Capital regained a 15-13 lead with Kim Myung-gwan’s strike after Heo Soo-bong’s rear-guard hit. Oreol’s blocked goal made the score 16-13. It was Hyundai Capital that continued its three-point lead.
The leadership of the game was shifting to Hyundai Capital. Choi Min-ho roared as he covered Thais’ left blow.
After taking a 20-17 lead with Sungmin Moon and Oreol scoring, Hyundai Capital maintained a 22-19 lead thanks to Jaedeok Seo’s serve Beomsil and Subong Heo’s left strike. Kim Myung-gwan continued the trend with a blocking goal. Hyundai Capital also won the second set thanks to Heo Soo-bong’s serve score and opponent Thais’ offense. The score was 25-19.
3 sets . KEPCO started at Thais 4. Shin Young-seok moved to the number 2 spot, and Park Cheol-woo was put in the 5 spot as a middle blocker.
At the beginning of the set, with the score tied at 5-5, Sungmin Moon scored, giving Hyundai Capital a 1-point lead. KEPCO made it 6-6 with Shin Young-seok’s hard hit.
In the ensuing 9-9, Hyundai Capital took a 10-9 lead with Park Gyeong-min’s dig and Oreol’s strong blow. Since then, if Hyundai Capital leads the way, KEPCO has developed an aspect of making a tie right away. In the ensuing 15-15, Choi Min-ho’s fast break and Lee Si-woo’s sub ace led Hyundai Capital to 17-15. Moon Seong-min opened the gap to 19-16 with a direct kill.
Korea Electric Power Corp. followed suit. After the opponent’s mistake, Park Cheol-woo’s central goal showed a back-and-forth to tie the score at 19-19. The Thais drew a 20-19 comeback with a sub ace. Seo Jae-deok roared with a touch-out score. Shin Young-seok and Seo Jae-deok scored a blocking goal and touched the 24-21 set point.
Hyundai Capital pressed the opponent to 23-24 with consecutive offenses. However, the ensuing rally ended with Thais’ blow, and the set was taken over by KEPCO. It was the 3rd set in which KEPCO prepared a foothold for the pursuit,
the 4th set . For KEPCO, Thais started at No. 5 and Seongjin Lim at No. 2. Hyundai Capital stepped forward without change.
The initial flow was KEPCO. Shin Young-seok’s fast attack, Thais’ hard hit, and Lim Seong-jin’s back attack gave them a 7-4 lead. Hyundai Capital tied the score at 7-7 thanks to Oreol’s strong serve and Moon Sung-min’s witty goal. In the following 10-10, Hyundai Capital took a 12-10 lead with Heo Soo-bong’s two back attacks.
The volatility of two points was very important. Hong Dong-seon of Hyundai Capital scored a difficult ball and took a 16-14 lead. After Seo Jae-deok’s back attack, KEPCO succeeded in a 16-16 tie with Lim Seong-jin’s sub ace. It was a treat.
It was Hyundai Capital that went up here. Hong Dong-seon scored a difficult goal once again, and Oreol responded with a hard hit and took a 19-17 lead. Kim Myeong-gwan roared as he blocked the opponent’s Thais. Hyundai Capital was ahead 20-17.
Hong Dong-seon’s strong serve continued to lead to a goal. Hyundai Capital started the game to finish with a 4-point lead. Kim Myung-gwan did not waver in the net fight and scored an extra point. KEPCO TICE’s serve was out. Hyundai Capital, who reached the match point with Oreol’s strong blow, finished the match with a victory with the opponent Seo Jae-deok’s sub mistake.
It was the moment when Hyundai Capital reached the championship match.