Kim Seo-hyeon (19), a rookie pitcher for the Hanwha Eagles, a professional baseball team that caused controversy due to a controversial SNS scandal, shed tears and apologized to the team and fans.
An official from the Hanwha team said on the 11th (Korean time), “Kim Seo-hyun apologized to the fans through the reporters who visited the spring camp today when he resumed training.”
Standing in front of the team ahead of the day’s training, Kim Seo-hyun shed tears and said, “There is no excuse for this incident. I am really very sorry,” he apologized.
Kim Seo-hyun said, “I couldn’t live up to the expectations of the fans and only disappointed. I am really sorry to the seniors and coaches who train hard토토사이트,” he lowered his head.
He continued, “I heard a lot of really good things from seniors and coaches. I reflected more as I remembered those words during the time I was alone,” he emphasized.
Hanwha coach Carlos Subero said, “Anyone can make mistakes and make mistakes in life. “There is no one who does not make mistakes,” he said. “There is a difference between wanting to learn from the mistakes or ignoring them and remaining as such people.”
In addition, “This cannot be Kim Seo-hyun’s last mistake. Because he is a person, he can make mistakes,” he said. “Now we have to watch and help him grow. Let’s work together to become a better person and help others around us.”
Kim Seo-hyun, who graduated from Seoul High School and was nominated for the first place overall in the 2023 rookie draft, is expected to be the next-generation ace to lead the Hanwha mound.
However, on the 6th, Kim Seo-hyun was shocked when the contents of her private SNS with swear words and gossip to the coaches and fans of her club were revealed through the Internet community.
The Hanwha club started to find out the truth of the incident, and Kim Seo-hyun admitted that he wrote the text in question. Hanwha immediately excluded Kim Seo-hyun from training on the 6th and sent her back to the dorm. Kim Seo-hyun, who was excluded from group training for three days, did not participate in training until the last 10 days and spent time on self-reflection.