Today (24th), one day after the opening of the Olympic Games, I think it would be good to look forward to the gold medal already. The events in which we are strong are held one after another, and it is said that all three female archers who placed 1st, 2nd and 3rd in the previous ranking round set new Olympic records.

This news comes from Kwon Jong-oh

<Reporter> The

temperature felt at the Yumenoshima Archery Field was 38 degrees.

Even in the sweltering heat, the female archers did not waver.

Ansan, the youngest member of the national team, was the most accurate while shooting at the fastest tempo.

With a total of 680 points from 72 shots, he advanced to the finals by placing 1st out of 64.

Min-hee Jang placed second and Chae-young Kang placed third, all breaking 25-year-old Olympic records.

Ansan, who won a ticket for the mixed team event introduced for the first time in the Olympics, had the opportunity to challenge for the first three gold medals.

[Ansan: Even though the wind blew a lot, the score came out better than I expected, and it's great to be able to achieve a new Olympic record.] The

youngest in men's archery also caused a sensation.

17-year-old Kim Je-duk beat the eldest brothers Oh Jin-hyuk and Kim Woo-jin to take first place, pairing up with Ansan to compete in a mixed match.

Starting with today's mixed team event, Korea Archery challenges the myth of winning all five sports.

In shooting, the star star Jin Jong-oh is aiming for an unprecedented 4 consecutive championships in the 10m air pistol.

Strategic fencing is also poised for a golden stab.

In particular, we are looking forward to the men's saber solo competition featuring Oh Sang-wook, the number one player in the world.

Taekwondo, featuring prospects Jang-Jun and Shim Jae-Young, is determined to show the status of the mastermind again, and Kim Won-Jin of Judo is firmly swearing to break the nose of rival Japan.