Kim Wook, who beat the two giants consecutively, advances to the round of 32 and competes with Lim Jun-hyeok for the round of 16. Looking at his momentum up to 2 wins, he is not a very scary opponent. However, he is also not an opponent that can be defeated easily.
Lim Jun-hyeok is a 49-year-old baseball player. He defeated Park Ki-ho in the round of 128 and Yang Gyo-cheon in the round of 64. Compared to Kim Wook, the path up was smooth.
Even if he defeats Lim Jun-hyeok, Kim Wook’s path will continue to be a thorny path. It is the first time he has been on the road, so he cannot relax even for a moment.
Considering the wild blast of his 2-game winning streak, I wish he would have gone higher, but his skills aren’t that solid, so I don’t know where he’ll end up.
After catching Kudron in the round of 128, Kim Wook said, “I thought my heart would burst.” He is the father of two sons. He was an office worker who worked in the steel industry until a year ago.
The PBA Challenge Tour (part 3), which he jumped into to check his favorite billiards skills, became his present.
Kim Wook, who ranked 29th in the 토토 rankings last season and obtained qualification for PBA Q School, jumped to the first part of the tour by writing the ‘Q School Myth’ of 8 wins in the second round of Q School.
He did make it to the majors, but his road was arduous. In his first appearance, he lost to Kim Im-kwon in the Blue One tournament in June, Kashido Costas in the Hana Card tournament in July, and Kang Min-goo in the TS Shampoo tournament in September.
All of them were the first edition of the Round of 128. It wasn’t awkward though. They took one set from Kim Im-kwon and Kasido Costas and two sets from Kang Min-goo. Against Kasido Costas, he won the first set, and against Kang Min-goo, he lost in a match.
Kim Wook achieved sufficient results in this tournament with ‘great 2 wins’. However, his fearless challenge continues.