Korea’s Women’s Volleyball Lost to Thailand, Asian Championship semifinals red light

The Korean women’s volleyball team was completely defeated by Thailand, making it very unlikely to advance to the semifinals of the Asian Volleyball Championships.

South Korea lost to Thailand with a set score of 0-3 (20-25 22-25 23-25) in Group E of the 2023 Asian Volleyball Championship quarterfinals in Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand, on the 3rd. 스포츠토토

South Korea, which finished second in Group C qualifying (2 wins and 1 loss), started the quarterfinals with one loss.

In Group E, Vietnam, which beat South Korea in the preliminary round, and Thailand, the No. 1 player in Group A, began the quarterfinals with one win, while South Korea and Australia played with one loss.

The top two teams from Group E advance to the semifinals.

South Korea has lost two games, and if Vietnam wins the Vietnam-Australia match, which will be held shortly, it will go down to the 5th to 8th place match.

Even if Australia wins against Vietnam, South Korea will beat Australia on the 4th, and Thailand, which has virtually confirmed its advance to the semifinals, must beat Vietnam to seek to advance to the semifinals.

South Korea, which ranked 35th in the FIVB rankings, fell far behind Thailand, which ranked 15th.

South Korea, which allowed Thailand to speed up in the first set 16-16, was hit back after failing to break through Thailand’s tight defense in the ensuing rally. South Korea, which was dragged 16-20 due to Lee Sun-woo (KGC Ginseng Corporation) and Lee Han-bi (Pepper Savings Bank), gave up the first set in vain.

In the second set, South Korea’s attack error continued from the middle, widening the gap.

South Korea struggled to turn the game around, but failed to overcome the third set.

In 21-21, he was hit by an open attack by Wipawy Sitong, and in the ensuing rally, he lost a point in consecutive hits aimed at Tanata Mugwort’s empty spot.

In 23-22, Wipawi again allowed an open attack and was driven to match points.

Park Jung-ah (Pepper Savings Bank) made up for one point with an open attack, but Thailand ended the game with a diagonal attack by Wipawi at 24-23.

Wi Pawi is a player nominated by Hyundai Engineering & Construction in the Korean professional volleyball V League as an Asian quarter.

In addition to the outside heater Wipawi, players who will play in the 2023-2024 V-League, such as Setter von Pundfun Gedfard (IBK Industrial Bank of Korea) and Apogit Spike Mugwort (Korea Expressway Corporation), overwhelmed the Korean national players.