![](https://hackmd.io/_uploads/HkwyREtkp.jpg) # Women's Volleyball Rrookie Kim Se-bin, First Overall Draft Pick, Goes to Road Construction As the second daughter of Kim Cheol-soo and Kim Nam-soon, they continue to play in the volleyball family, with 21 of the 40 players going professional, with an employment rate of 52.5%... The first ‘college student designated athlete’ born Middle blocker Kim Se-bin (Hanbom High School), who was considered the biggest player in the professional volleyball women's rookie draft, wore the Korea Expressway Corporation uniform. **[카지노사이트](https://www.casinositetop.com)** Kim Se-bin was the first to be nominated by the Korea Expressway Corporation among the 40 people who participated in the 2023-2024 Korean Volleyball Federation (KOVO) Women's Rookie Player Draft held at the Mayfield Hotel in Gangseo-gu, Seoul on the 10th. Kim Se-bin, who is 187cm tall, is the only high school player with outstanding skills to be included in the 50-man reserve list for the Hangzhou Asian Games national team. As the captain of Hanbom High School, she led the team to a sweeping victory in the high school competition, and because of her excellent fundamentals, she is considered a potential successor to Yang Hyo-jin (Hyundai Engineering & Construction), the best middle blocker in Korean women's volleyball, who announced her retirement from the national team. [Kim Se-bin](https://www.newyorktimesnow.com/en/read-blog/30054), the second daughter of KEPCO general manager Kim Cheol-soo and former women's national volleyball team coach Kim Nam-soon, inherited the 'volleyball family'. Director Kim, a former middle blocker, played for 13 seasons in the men's volleyball team at KEPCO and also served as the team's coach, while former coach Kim, who was an aposite spiker during his active years, played for women's volleyball players Hanil Synthetic Fiber and KT&G (now KGC Ginseng Corporation). The draft order was determined by a lottery based on the reverse order of last season's final rankings. Among the 100 balls in the lottery, 35 are from Pepper Savings Bank, 30 from IBK Industrial Bank, 20 from GS Caltex, 8 from KGC Ginseng Corporation (scheduled to be renamed to CheongKwanJang Red Sparks), 4 from Hyundai Engineering & Construction, 2 from Heungkuk Life Insurance, Korea Expressway Corporation each put a ball into the project. Among these, the Korea Expressway Corporation acquired Pepper Savings Bank's first-round pick in exchange for Lee Go-eun and the second-round pick, and GS Caltex also sent Lee Won-jung to Heungkuk Life Insurance and exercised Heungkuk Life Insurance's first-round pick in return. Accordingly, Korea Expressway Corporation and GS Caltex each selected two players in the first round. In the drawing, the Pepper Savings Bank ball was the first to come out of the bead drawing machine, and the Korea Expressway Corporation, which obtained the first round selection of Pepper Savings Bank through a trade, nominated Kim Se-bin as expected. KGC Ginseng Corporation, which won the lucky second place lottery ticket with 8 beads, chose Kwak Seon-ok (Ilshin Yeosang), who can play both an outside heater and an abusive spiker. IBK Industrial Bank of Korea, which ranked 3rd overall, called outside heater Jeon Su-min (Geunyoung Girls' High School), and GS Caltex, which had the 4th and 5th picks in the first round, called setter Lee Yun-shin (Jungang Girls' High School) and libero Yoo Garam (Jecheon Girls' High School). Hyundai Engineering & Construction selected setter Choi Seo-hyeon (Hanbom High School) as the 6th overall pick, and the [Korea Expressway Corporation](https://casinositetop.blog.ss-blog.jp/Goff-vs-Power-Sabalenka-US-Open-Womens-Single-Final-Clash?1694974113), which had the 7th pick following the 1st pick, took aposite spiker Shin Eun-ji (Seonmyeong Girls' High School). Libero Lee Chae-eun (Gwangju Women's University), who was called by Pepper Savings Bank as a trainee player, left her mark as the first college student to be selected in the rookie draft in women's professional volleyball. In this draft, 21 out of 40 participants from 15 schools (including 6 trainees) were selected, recording an employment rate of 52.5%, higher than last year (42.9%).