Professional baseball Hanwha Eagles rookie pitcher Kim Seo-hyun (19) bowed her head in apology after causing controversy by writing an article on social network service (SNS) that badmouthed team coaches and fans.
An official from the Hanwha club said on the 11th (Korean time), “Kim Seo-hyun apologized to the fans through the reporters who visited the spring camp today when he resumed training. Prior to this, he visited the coaches and seniors and asked for forgiveness.”
On this day, Kim Seo-hyun stood in front of the reporters before starting team training at Bell Bank Park in Mesa, Arizona, USA and said스포츠토토, “There is no excuse for this incident. I am really sorry.” I am really sorry to my seniors and coaches,” he apologized repeatedly.
He said, “I heard a lot of really good things from my seniors and coaches. I reflected more on those words when I was alone,” and promised, “I will become a more mature person than I am now.”
Kim Seo-Hyun spoke harshly about the coach’s guidance direction and fans’ opinions on her private SNS account, mixing harsh expressions.
As Kim Seo-hyun’s writing was released to the Internet community, the controversy grew, and Kim Seo-hyun admitted to the club that he had written the article in question.
The club ordered Kim Seo-hyun to be banned from group training for 3 days.
Kim Seo-hyun, who apologized to her coach and seniors for four days, including the rest day, joined the team training and asked for forgiveness from the fans.