Hyun-woo, 12 years, 10 months, 15 days

(Hangame Baduk = Reporter Han Chang-gyu) Korea’s youngest pro was born. The main character is Joo Hyun-woo, who joined the team at the age of 12 years, 10 months and 15 days. Joo Hyeon-woo passed the 20th Gifted and Talented Enrollment Contest held at Korea Kiwon on the 4th.

Joo Hyun-woo, who suffered a loss to Choi Seung-chul (15) in the final round 1 the day before, later defeated Lee Na-hyeon (14) and Han Ju-young (14), one year older, to claim the last ticket of this joining competition.

Joo Hyun-woo, the first team, said, “I really wanted to join this time, but I’m so happy.”

He also didn’t forget to say thank you, saying, “The support from the instructor and parents who told me to leave it fun without burden was a big help.” In addition, he expressed his determination, “I want to become a knight who wins many world championships like Master Shin Jin-seo in the future.”

Prior to his joining, Hyunwoo Joo has shown his best giftedness by winning the National Baduk Contest Elementary Best Team and the Crown Haetae Bae Children’s Masters Competition before joining. 바카라

With the joining of Joo Hyun-woo’s first team, the number of active professional players belonging to the Korea Kiwon increased to 414 (336 males and 78 females). Among them, Joo Hyun-woo is the youngest. He is one year younger than Gi Min-chan Chodan (13 years, 10 months, 14 days), who was the youngest knight until the end of the war.

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