Choo Shin-soo, who had a hard time adapting to the Korean stage at the beginning of the


season, started to wield a ferocious blow. In the last six games, he has a batting average of 60%, revealing the true nature of a superstar.

This is reporter Bae Jung-hoon.


Choo Shin-soo's performance until last month did not live up to the fan's inflated expectations.

He struggled in the US and other strike zones, often striking out, and seldom timed the ball much slower than the US.

On the 29th of last month, when 42 games were played, he fell to 51st out of 55 players who filled the regular batting average with a batting average of 2.1.

But there was no rush.

[Shin-Soo Choo/SSG Outfielder: As I've been playing baseball for a long time, it's actually rare to see a big change in just one turn at a game. I have received a lot of sincere advice from people around me and I seem to be getting better little by little.]

Shin-soo Choo, who developed his ability to adapt to the strike zone by watching the ball a lot, became a completely different hitter from June.

The wasted swing was gone, and batted balls like clothesline poured in.

In the last 6 games, he recorded a batting average of 60% in 25 at-bats, raising the season batting average to 2.6 pun8.

There were only two strikeouts.

At the age of 39, he has already recorded 13 stolen bases and is running towards the longest-ever 20 homers and 20 stolen bases.

With the 'Chuchu Train', which started running rampant after warm-up, SSG is running towards the top, firmly holding the lead despite the bad news of the starting lineup.

(Video editing: Nam Il)