17-year-old Shin Yu-bin, who grew up as an ace in women's table tennis at the Tokyo Olympics, took part in the world championship selection without a break. Lightly keeping the Taegeuk mark, we announced a new start.

Byung-min Yoo.


Shin Yu-bin showed his overwhelming skills in the representative contest by showing his concentration with his distinctive chirping sound.

After giving up only two sets in two days and winning all six matches, he confirmed the Taegeuk mark early and qualified for the first world championship.

[Shin Yu-bin / National Table Tennis Team: After the Olympics, the preliminary round is over, no, no, it's not over yet. There's only one game left, but I'm glad that it ended well.]

Shin Yubin received a lot of attention for her confidently enjoying herself in Tokyo.

I met a seasoned opponent 9 years older than my mother, and I also gained valuable experience while being tormented by a defense-focused veteran I had never faced before.

[Shin Yu-bin/National Table Tennis National Team: I have experienced it once, so I think I should win a medal the second time.]

Shin Yu-bin is planning to increase her international competitiveness by gaining experience step by step at this world championship.

Shin Yu-bin's popularity was hot.

The online broadcast of the national team selection game set an all-time record, and enthusiastic comments were followed.

[Shin Yu-bin / National Table Tennis Representative: Thanks to the fans, I was able to energize, and I will do my best to repay you with grades, so please support Korean table tennis a lot. Fighting!]

(Video coverage: Jeon Gyeong-bae, video editing: Woo-jeong Woo, CG: Lee Ah-reum)