Since Heo Woong is the first protagonist, it’s only natural that Heo Hoon is the second protagonist. Heo Hoon of Suwon KT will be discharged on the 15th of this month after completing his military service with the Sangsung. Let’s take a look at his photos to help ease the wait until the game against SK on the 18th.
It took Heo Hoon only four years from birth to become the first cover model of Jump Ball. He was joined on the cover by his father, Heo Jae, who made his name playing for Sambo, and his older brother, Heo Woong (6 years old at the time). While his older brother Heoong gently sits on Heo Jae’s lap, Heo Hoon stands up straight and stares at the camera with a steady eye. His height and hairstyle have changed (he was a soldier), but his intelligent eyes remain the same.
We’ve already released a lot of photos of Heo-Hoon in his hardtails, but there’s a lot that Jumpball hasn’t released. In fact, I’m worried that most of them are old photos that Heo-hoon would not like, but I jokingly add them, citing the public’s “right to know. I sneak in an apology in advance.
“We went to an amateur tournament, and there was this one player with really big eyes and a really goofy look, and he made a pass from the backcourt to the frontcourt that went quite far, and I remember it, and it was Hehun, and he was really cute even then,” a reporter from Hehun’s elementary school days commented.
Following in his older brother’s footsteps, Hehun started playing basketball in the fourth grade at Samgwangcho. Previously, Heo Hoon’s dream was to become a doctor to treat his brother’s illnesses, but once he picked up a basketball, he was determined. He made his debut in April 2006 at the Seoul Association Championships. 보스토토 주소
He did well in his middle school years. The movie “Rebound,” which was released in April, tells the inspiring true story of Busan Jungang High School, which finished as the runner-up in the 37th Korea Basketball Association Long-Term Championship in 2012 with only six players. Busan Jungang High School struggled, but Yongsan High School, which was led by ace Heo Hoon (sophomore), shook its head. He poured in 35 points and won the Most Valuable Player award.
When asked about his strengths in an interview with Jumpball, Heo, a senior at Yonsei, said, “I’m good at everything (laughs). If I feel good shooting, I shoot, if I feel good penetrating, I penetrate, and I change my game plan depending on the opponent.” His past is no different than his present.