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Shin Jin-seo “I think the result changed because I didn’t give up”

Geon-Ho Park and Sing-Hao

Wang were frustrated The same firm determination was put into practice.

Gun-ho Park, 7th Dan, defeated Wang Singhao안전놀이터, 8th Dan, China’s next-generation leader, in the quarterfinals of the 1st Nanga Cup World Go Open held in Quzhou, China on the 8th. It was something that could be said to be a complete victory.

Park Kun-ho, 7th Dan, who made his first major round of 16 through this tournament, is using his personal Baduksa while leaping to the quarterfinals and semifinals. He stagnated with 4 consecutive losses in Korea before moving to China, but he is in the best condition among Korean players in the face of Chinese players.

After winning the quarterfinals, Park Gun-ho, 7th Dan, said, “It was very difficult because there was a big battle overall. Until the middle, it was difficult to judge the situation, but I thought I won by attacking Black Stone and making a lot of gains.”

Park Geon-ho, 7th dan, said, “This Nanga-bae is the first match I put my mind at ease.” I want to,” he said.

In addition, he said, “I have always tried to seize big opportunities when they come,” and said, “I will make this tournament a turning point in my professional life.” In the semi-finals, she will have her first matchup with China’s third-ranked Gu Zi-hao, 9-dan.

On the other hand, Shin Jin-seo, 9th dan, who performed a counter-electrode against Li Wei-qing, 9th dan, said, “I don’t think there is anything to comment on in terms of content. He said, “I’ll try again with good content tomorrow.”

Shin Jin-seo, 9P, who couldn’t help but go through difficulties on the way to a record, faced China’s 17th-ranked Tan Xiao, 9P in the semifinals. This game will also be the first match.

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