Former golfer Park Se-ri said how she became a track and field athlete in elementary school.
In the E-channel entertainment program “Playing Sister,” which aired on 22nd, Lee Soo-jung, a shot-and-run player, appeared as a guest and traveled to Jeju Island with the members.
On the same day, Pak Se-ri confessed how she started exercising while eating gimbap in Jeju Island.
Pak Se-ri said, “I really wanted to do track and field. I just loved the track and field. When I was in the third grade of elementary school, I sat at the end because I was tall. Suddenly, the kids sitting at the end told them to stand up and took them out. When I went, I suddenly ordered a 100-meter run. I was selected from there and joined the track and field team,” she said, explaining why she started track and field.
Nam Hyun-hee was embarrassed, saying, “Why do you make me run just because I’m sitting at the end all of a sudden?” Han Yumi asked, “Why did you like track and field so much?” and Park Se-ri smiled, saying, “I just loved track and field.”
Pak Se-ri said, “I just loved the exercise. I went into track and field, but I played jump long, shot, discus, and hurdle. I was all-around. I was ordered everything.”
Park Se-ri’s living record, which was later released, said “special” in her physical development, showing her childhood as a golf empress.
Meanwhile, “Playing Sister” is a second life program that challenges what female sports stars have missed out on and airs every Tuesday at 8:50 p.m.
[Reporter Jae-eun Kim, Star Today intern]
Photo l E Channel ‘Playing Sister’
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