Park Min-woo, a lifelong NC man, donated a ‘baseball bat’ worth 90 million won to younger baseball players

Park Min-woo, a lifelong NC man, donated a ‘baseball bat’ worth 90 million won to younger baseball players

Park Min-woo (30), an infielder in NC, made a relationship with his alma mater, Whimoon High School, through volunteer work as an arts and sports agent for military service exceptions, and spent a lot of time together. gifted a baseball bat.

Park Min-woo, a founding member of NC, obtained his first FA (free agent) qualification in November of last year and signed a contract with NC for up to 14 billion won for 8 years (5+3 years) until 2030. With a virtually life-long contract, Park Min-woo spent the beginning and end of his professional career in NC.

In the meantime, Park Min-woo has practiced sharing through steady volunteer activities. He won a gold medal as a member of the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Asian Games baseball team and was transferred to the military service as an artistic sports agent, and then went back and forth between Changwon and Seoul to share his baseball experience and talent with amateur baseball players. Park Min-woo personally visited his alma mater, Whimungo, Ansan Technical High School, and Masan Yong Margo, to convey his gratitude and support to his baseball juniors who have been in a relationship at the time, and presented a baseball bat.

Park Min-woo said, “I have enjoyed playing baseball thanks to the support and help of many people around me. I wanted to express my gratitude not only to our juniors, but also to the places where I had a relationship and received help, and I am happy to be able to say hello this time. In the future, we will continue to do good things for 카지노사이트. the development of our region and baseball dreamers.”

Previously, he secretly practiced warm sharing even last winter. A total of 22,000 sports energy bars were presented to the Fruits of Love, Ark, a corporation that helps people with developmental disabilities, Changwon Hanmaeum Hospital, Dankook University Hospital, and Buyeo Oesan Middle School. In addition, a total of 2,500 briquettes were delivered directly for basic livelihood recipients and neighbors fighting the cold.

In addition, last June, we invited the children of the ‘Maple Tree Choir’ belonging to the corporation Ark to the baseball field and gave them unforgettable memories. We have been donating and volunteering for our neighbors in need.

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