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17-year-old ace Shin Yu-bin of Korean women's table tennis washed away the pain of the Tokyo Olympics and won the first international championship. In the women's doubles at the Asian Championships, she reached the top with Jeon Ji-hee.



Byung-min Yoo.



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Shin Yu-bin, who ended the Tokyo Olympics in tears, returned with a bright smile with three Asian Championship medals around her neck.



It is the first gold medal in an international competition as an adult national team.



[Shin Yu-bin/National Table Tennis Team: It has been a long time since I



couldn't win a medal,

but I thought, 'I wish the national anthem would sound once.'

5) In the doubles paired with Jeon Ji-hee, she defeated Hong Kong's two Hoi-Kam-Li Ho-Ching groups and won the Asian Championship women's doubles for the first time in 21 years since the 2000 Lee Eun-Sil and Seok Eun-Mi groups.



In particular, the joy was greater as it was a swearing match against the two Hoi Cams, who suffered the pain of being eliminated in the singles at the last Tokyo Olympics.



[Sinyubin / table tennis national team: haeteotgo even want to think and come up for the game, which was when the Olympic Games, I think I just wanted to win -



I've jeonjihui naturalized players even after 2011 taste of the thrilling first victory.



[Jeon Ji-hee / National Table Tennis Representative: I was very happy. It was very difficult because I lost (game), but I think I got a lot of strength because I was with (Shin) Yubin.]



Veteran Lee Sang-soo won the first men's singles championship in history by defeating Taiwan's Zhuang Ziyuan, and won two gold medals by winning the team event.



Although the world's strongest China did not participate in the tournament, Korean table tennis surpassed Japan and Hong Kong to wash away Tokyo's slump and illuminate the future.



(Video coverage: Seol Seol-hwan, video editing: Oh Young-taek) 

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