“카지노사이트160km is big.”
Busan Sajik Stadium on the 15th. The KBO League All-Star Game was held with an all-star autograph session before the game. The queue for Ki Sung-hoo was by far the longest. But there was also a lot of interest in rookie Moon Dong-ju. In his second year, Moon has established himself as an integral part of the Hanwha starting staff. He was recognised as the fastest pitcher in the KBO with a fastball that touched 160km.
He showed his dedication by getting up and signing autographs for fans in the pouring rain. Of course, he was not directly exposed to the rain because of the parasols, but it was interpreted as a gesture of sincerity for some fans who lined up in the rain. “I’m more comfortable standing,” he said, when told by officials that he could sit and sign autographs.
“I think I watched last year’s All-Star Game at home, and I didn’t watch it all the way through, but I had fun in the middle,” Moon said. Yesterday, senior Chae Eun-sung won the home run race, and it was good to see a senior from our team win. I’m going to the All-Star Game for the first time this year, and I’ll do my best.”
I asked Moon Dong-joo what the secret to his popularity was, and he gave me a straightforward answer. “160 kilometres is big,” he said. In real life, Moon has become a sensation with his fastball. Some say it’s better than the second year of Korea’s best pitcher, Ahn Woo-jin (Kiwoom).
Combine that with his good looks, good fan service and personality, and he has exploded in popularity with Hanwha. At the fan signing, fans wearing other teams’ jerseys also asked for Moon’s autograph. “It’s a festival day,” he said of the requests for autographs in other teams’ jerseys. All-star status is well deserved.