Oh Seung-hwan of the Samsung Lions, who trained in Okinawa, said in an interview with Japanese media, “If I get a chance, I want to coach Hanshin (Tigers).”

Seung-hwan Oh, the Samsung Lions’ ‘endgame leader’, revealed his hopes for a coaching position in a Japanese club in the future through an interview with a local Japanese media.

Oh Seung-hwan, who is currently concentrating on spring camp training in Onna-son, Okinawa, Japan, is concentrating on preparing for the season by entrusting the club with a blank salary for the team’s sluggish performance last season and with the mindset of ‘one hundred soldiers’.

Through an interview with Sponichi Annex, a local Japanese sports media outlet, Seunghwan Oh shared his determination for the new season 메이저사이트, the current training situation, and future plans.

Oh Seung-hwan also played an active role as a ‘guardian’ in the Hanshin Tigers of the Nippon Professional Baseball (NPB), taking responsibility for the back door. Playing for Hanshin in 2014 and 2015, he made a deep impression by winning the Central League Salvation King for two consecutive years with 39 saves in the first season and 41 saves in the second season. there is.

According to Sponichi Annex, when asked if he had any plans to become a coach in Japan, such as coaching Hanshin in the future, Seunghwan Oh replied, “If I get a chance, I want to go and study. I will be able to tell you my secret. I really want to try it.”

If Seung-Hwan Oh adds his 8 saves this season, he will step on the 500 save mark in Korea, the US and Japan. He will also achieve the dignity of 400 saves in the KBO League career when he raises 30 saves. Although he has already passed the age of bullying, he also revealed that he is trying to improve his skills constantly.

Oh Seung-hwan said, “I’m working hard with the goal of making 400 saves in Korea. I’m preparing for the season in accordance with the finishing position.” “He expressed his determination for the new season.

In addition to this, he also shared his feelings about missing the World Baseball Classic (WBC) national team.

Oh Seung-hwan said, “I just cheer for the Korean WBC team. It can’t be helped that I wasn’t selected for the national team based only on my skills.”