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Woori Card tops grades and box office with ‘Springtime for the Brilliant Eelgrass’

Professional volleyball’s men’s team Woori Card dreams of a ‘brilliant spring’.Woori Card tops both grades and box office in the 2023-2024 V-League Men’s Division as it races toward a turning point.Despite losing their home match against Samsung Fire 2-3 in straight sets at Jangchung Gymnasium in Seoul on Wednesday, Woori Card has 31 points (11-4), six points ahead of second-place Samsung Fire (25-10-5) and third-place Korean Air (25-8-6).The team has won all three meetings this season against defending champion Korean Air, which has won the overall title for three consecutive seasons, adding to its confidence.This season, Woori Card has undergone a “rebuilding level” of personnel changes, with 2004-born Han Tae-joon as the starting setter.

“This season, our team is trying to change to a rebuilding level,” said Woori Card coach Shin Young-cheol. We were initially categorized as a lower-level power, but if outside hitter Kim Ji-han and setter Han Tae-joon grow, we can move up to the top,” he said, adding, “I’m looking forward to all the players following along.”So far, the team has exceeded expectations.”If you look at our record, it’s hard to understand why we’re in first place,” Shin said, adding, “I’ll have a chance to tell you the secret after the third round.”In reality, the Woori Cards ranked sixth out of seven teams in this category with a 51.65% attack success rate.However, they lead the way with a 42.57% serve-receive efficiency (2nd), a tight defense with 10.684 digs per set (2nd), and a solid wall 토토 of 2.421 block points per set (1st).


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