‘Mom power’ Kim Hae-ran, admired by the volleyball queen, endures knee injury thanks to ‘son power’

Heungkuk Life Insurance libero Kim Hae-ran (38) overturns retirement and returns and shows amazing performance.

Kim Hae-ran announced his retirement from active duty in April 2020. In order to fulfill his wish to have children, he had to leave the court he played for so long. And she became a mother to one child, as she gave birth to her son, Jo Ha Yul-gun, as she had hoped, in December 2020.

Kim Hae-ran, who seemed to have ended his active career, returned to the court in April 2021 by signing a contract with Heungkuk Life Insurance. Although he has a chronic knee injury, he is firmly guarding the court of Heungkuk Life Insurance in the second season.

In an interview after winning the match against Pepper Savings Bank on the 10th, Kim Hae-ran said, “Actually, my knees got bad because I overworked myself a little after having a baby last year. He said, “This time, he systematically rehabilitated and made a physical condition that does not put too much strain on the game while exercising.”

Returning to active duty after giving birth is a 메이저사이트 very difficult decision. Kim Hae-ran also said, “Honestly, it wasn’t easy to take on the challenge. However, he seems to have had the mind of ‘I want our players to have the idea of ​​taking on a challenge’. His family also supported and helped a lot. Everyone supported me, including my mother and husband,” he said about why he returned to the court.

Kim Yeon-kyung, a world-class volleyball star and teammate, looked at Kim Hae-ran and said, “It’s really great. It is really not easy for him to take care of children and do his job faithfully, but he made his comeback in less than a year. They say ‘mom’s power, son’s power’, but it seems to be true. I don’t think it’s easy to do this, but it’s great,” she admired.

“Actually, my family is worried about me because I am sick. At first, I supported it, but now I oppose it,” said Kim Hae-ran, who laughed and said, “I do a lot of childcare, but my mother does most of it. They have suffered a lot.” He expressed his gratitude to his family.

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