Judo Han Hee-joo Lost in Overtime to North Korea

[Asian Games] Judo Han Hee-joo Lost in Overtime to North Korea Moon Seong-hee in the Round of 16… Medal Failure

Second North-South confrontation in judo… Holding hands after the game

Judo team member Han Hee-joo (KH Feelux) lost to Moon Seong-hee in the ‘North-South Showdown’ and failed to win a medal.

Han Hee-joo

Han Hee-joo lost by foul after receiving three points after a close match with Moon Seong-hee of the North Korean national team in overtime (golden score) in the women’s 70 kg judo round of 16 at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games held at the Xiaoshan Linfu Gymnasium in Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China, on the 25th.

The game was fierce. 온라인카지노

The two players played cautiously, focusing on catching in the early stages of the game.

At 1 minute and 4 seconds after the start of the game,

both players received a map each for passive play.

The rough fight continued, and Han Hee-ju was hit in the face by Moon Seong-hee and went off the court to complain of pain.

Heejoo Han continued to play a difficult game.

At 2 minutes and 44 seconds, he received a second instruction and was in danger.

He was unable to decide the winner for four minutes of regular time, and the game went straight into overtime.

Han Hee-joo took the map in the 28th second of overtime and achieved balance,

but her stamina dropped noticeably and she was unable to launch a significant attack.

Moon Seong-hee

Han Hee-joo, who had reached her limit, received her third instruction at 2 minutes and 29 seconds of overtime and lost.

Moon Seong-hee, who won, approached Han Hee-joo first and offered to shake her hand with both hands,

Han Hee-joo also admitted defeat and joined hands.

Hee-joo Han is a promising athlete who won the bronze medal in the women’s 63kg class at the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Asian Games.

She recently moved up a weight class to try again, and through this competition,

she attempted to win a medal at the Asian Games for the second time in a row, but failed.

Moon Seong-hee, born in January 2002, is a promising athlete considered by North Korea as a medal candidate for this event.

This is the second time that a North-South match has taken place in judo at this tournament,

following the round of 16 match between An Baul (Namyangju City Hall)

North Korea’s Lee Geum-seong in the men’s 66kg class on the 24th.

An Baul defeated Lee Geum-seong in overtime and later won the bronze medal.

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