17-year-old prospect from Fiji, a rugby powerhouse, is catching attention by appearing on the Korean high school stage.
Reporter Lee Jeong-chan met Moshi who dreams of becoming a Taegeuk mark.
The forward of Seoul National University High School, boasting a massive body of 187cm tall and 100kg in weight, is a rugby promising player with a strong tackle and aggressive breakthrough.
It is a position where you come to the forefront and sacrifice for the team, but you run without hesitation at the opportunity to score.
Now 17-year-old Moshi gained attention by leading the team's runner-up in last week's chairmanship.
[Lee Min-jae/Chief: Today's try was cool.]
[Mosi/Seoul Academy of Education Forward: Oh, yes.
[Mosi/Seoul Division High School Forward: I feel good.
When I tried, I was really excited.]
who was from the'Rugby Powerhouse' Fiji's under 16 national team, raised her dream while watching Fiji win the first gold medal in history at the Rio Olympics
. I saw it after waiting all day without sleeping.
The whole country was crazy (for the first gold medal in history).] After
receiving the full support of the Seoul Rugby Association, which
find prospects abroad, I entered the military department high school this year.
[Yang Jeong-pil/Seoul National University High School Coach: Because the physical is good and the part that connects with the breakthrough is so good, it will be very helpful in the 7-man system
As soon as you come to Korea, you are looking forward to becoming a next-generation prospect.
Moshi, who wants to naturalize to Korea and fulfill her dream of participating in the Olympics, made her determination to remember her family in Fiji.
[Mosi/Seoul National University Forward: Dad, Mom, thank you for supporting my dream.
I will do my best to become the national representative of Korea.
(Video coverage: Jeon Gyeong-bae, video editing: Park Chun-bae)