‘Asian Games bronze medalist’ Kim Min-joo, a former national swimmer, entered the Air Force Academy as the top student.
Freshman Kim Min-joo took the oath of admission on behalf of 229 new students at the 75th entrance ceremony of the Air Force Academy on the 24th. 229 new students, including 34 female students, entered the entrance ceremony, which was held as an opening event for the first time in four years. 메이저사이트
Cadet Kim Min-ju was selected as the youngest national swimmer in 2018 when he was in his second year of middle school. And that year, he won a bronze medal in the 4x100m medley relay at the Jakarta-Palembang Asian Games.
He won two gold, one silver and one bronze medals at the 10th Asian Age Group Swimming Championships in 2019. He broke three new records in this tournament and won the honor of the Most Valuable Player (MVP).
She was a cadet Kim and was noted as a promising Korean women’s sprinter, but she devoted herself to her studies instead of swimming because of her desire to experience other fields. She later received the honor of her chief by preparing for the construction selection process, which consisted of a written test, physical fitness test, and interview.