[Intern reporter Lee Hae-jeong, Daily Economy Star Today]
Park Seung-hee, who became a bag designer, recalled her days as a former short track, speed skating national team player.
The TVN entertainment program ‘Yoo Quiz on the Block’, which aired on the 21st, was decorated with an ‘unique resume special feature’, and the life stories of them with various careers beyond imagination were introduced.
On this day, Park Seung-hee, a former short track national team member, announced that he quit his career as a bag designer.
Park Seung-hee said, “I had a fashion-related dream since elementary school, but I happened to be exercising and I was so good at it that I continued to exercise.”
She added, “Because I started the movement, it should be achieved, and in the end, I aimed for the Olympic gold medal,” he added. “I thought that if I win the gold medal, I will be able to do what I want to do quickly.”
Park Seung-hee confessed, “I first competed in the Olympics when I was 19 years old, and if I had won the gold medal at that time, I would have retired.” Park Seung-hee won two bronze medals in the short track of the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics, her first Olympic appearance, and two gold medals and one bronze medal in the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics. At the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics, he turned to speed skating and competed.
Following that, Park Seung-hee expressed her conviction that although there was pressure around him in his transition to becoming a bag designer, she was walking boldly toward his dream.
Photo| tvN broadcast screen capture
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