As expected, the ‘people’s club’ SD teaches me how to read it. “Welcome, player Ko Woo-seok.”

Kim Ha-sung (28, San Diego Padres)’ team was also welcomed.

San Diego officially announced through a press release on the 4th (Korea Standard Time) that it has recruited Ko Woo-suk (25). The contract is worth 4.5 million U.S. dollars, two years with mutual options.헤라카지노주소

The San Diego club said, “Ko Woo-suk pitched 44 games in relief for the LG Twins in the KBO League in 2023, posting 12.1 strikeouts and a 3.68 ERA per nine innings, especially against left-handed hitters with a 0.179 hit rate and a 0.286 against right-handed hitters.”

“Ko Woo-suk was the last pitcher to decide LG’s victory in the Korean Series,” he said. “Earlier this year, he played in the 2023 World Baseball Classic (WBC) with San Diego infielder Kim Ha-sung, but failed to take the mound (due to injury).”

It also contains interesting contents. The San Diego club introduced Ko’s English pronunciation as “OOO-suck-go.” All three syllables of “woo suk go,” the English master of Ko’s, are unfamiliar to the English speakers. Famous reporter John Heyman even said “No c” to a fan who read it as “SUCK,” which reminds of expletives.

Meanwhile, the San Diego club made public the news of the contract with Ko through its official social media account. The club released a composite photo of Ko wearing a San Diego uniform, leaving a message in Korean, “Welcome to San Diego, Ko.”

In many ways, he showed the sense of being a “national club” in Korea for three years with Kim Ha-sung. San Diego also congratulated Kim Ha-sung in Korean when he won the Gold Glove in the National League Utility category last year. “Korean Rocket” Park Chan-ho is also currently serving as an advisor to the San Diego club.

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