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By this standard, Lee Jung-hoo (25, San Francisco Giants) has not played a game in the U.S. Major League yet and is treated as a star.
“SFgate,” a local media outlet in San Francisco, introduced Lee Jung-hoo’s winter on the 23rd (Korea Standard Time), which is just around the corner to join the team.
Lee Jung-hoo signed a six-year, maximum $113 million contract with San Francisco last month.
After returning to Korea, he will soon leave for the U.S. for Scottsdale, Arizona, a spring camp training site in San Francisco.
The official start date of San Francisco’s spring camp training is February 16.
SF Gate recently paid attention to Lee Jung-hoo’s YouTube account of Kiwoom Heroes, a KBO league team.
Here, a “Vlog” video of Lee Jung-hoo’s daily life visiting San Francisco for a contract last month was posted.
The media introduced, “Lee Jung-hoo, who has not been seen often since the entrance press conference, recognizes the area around Oracle Park (home stadium) and spends time drinking a lot of orange juice.”
Lee Jung-hoo ordered orange juice with chicken wings at a beer bar near Oracle Park.
“The first thing Lee Jung-hoo did was drink orange juice with ice and make an exaggerated sound to the camera,” the media described.
He then introduced Lee Jung-hoo’s words, “The best thing about coming to the United States is that you sell orange juice at any restaurant.”
The media, which gave high marks to Lee Jung-hoo’s self-care of drinking juice anywhere, said, “If there is a local orange juice producer that needs an advertising model, Lee Jung-hoo is the one you were looking for.”