Director Subero hugged Kim Seo-hyun, who cried and apologized, “Now that mistake is in the past. Let’s help him become a better person.”

 Hanwha Eagles’ No. 1 rookie Kim Seo-hyun, who was suspended from training due to SNS controversy, resumed training. Prior to training, he apologized to the coaching staff and players, and also met with reporters to make an official apology.

During the disciplinary period, Kim Seo-hyun, who said she visited the players one by one and apologized in person, was known to shed tears while apologizing again in front of the players that day.

Director Subero said to Kim Seo-hyun, who apologized, “Anyone can make mistakes in life and make mistakes. There is no one who does not make mistakes안전놀이터. Everyone here will.” “There is a difference between ignoring mistakes and remaining as such a person. This cannot be Kim Seo-hyun’s last mistake. Because he is human, he can make mistakes. But we have to watch and help him grow.”

Director Subero then said, “Now that mistake is in the past,” and “Let’s try ourselves and help others together so that we can become a better person.”

At the official apology meeting with the reporters, Kim Seo-hyun said, “There was really no room for excuses for this incident. I am really, really sorry.” I would like to apologize once again to the seniors and coaches who are training hard.”

Then, Kim Seo-hyun, who said, “It was a word that acquaintances told me to be helpful to me, but I thought again that I was really too foolish not to accept that part without being immature.” I realized that. While I was excluded from training, I heard a lot of really good things from my seniors and coaches. I kept thinking about advice during my alone time, and I got to reflect more.”

Kim Seo-hyun, who said, “I will be more careful so that this does not happen again,” apologized, saying, “Before I was a baseball player, I became a more mature person. I am sorry again.”

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