A fun 2-day, 3-night dream camp with professional athletes… What is Sookmyung Women’s High School’s Lee Minji’s impression?

“I thought my sisters were working really hard.”

The Yongin Samsung Life Blooms will host the 2024 Dreams Come True Camp from August 8 to 10 at the Samsung Training Center in Yongin.

The camp, which began in 2017, is now in its fifth year. This time, 27 elite basketball players from Bundang Business High School, Sookmyung Women’s High School, and Chuncheon Women’s High School participated.

The Dream Camp is a program in which Samsung Life Blooms players experience joint training and mentoring with elite high school basketball players. It is an event where prospective players can spend time with 카지노 커뮤니티 professional players to nourish their growth.

The program includes joint drills with professional players, mini-games, skill training with ‘hoopcity’, and time to spend time with mentors and mentees and have many conversations.

For Lee Min-ji from Sookmyung Women’s High School, who participated in the camp last year, this year was even more special. Unlike the first camp, where she was only able to participate for one day due to scheduling conflicts, this time, she will be able to participate in the entire program.

“Last time, I was only able to participate for one day. But now I’m able to do the whole camp schedule. It’s a really fun and informative time,” she said.

Lee must have learned a lot from training with professional athletes. As she aspires to be a professional athlete like them, the camp also motivates her to improve.

“When I saw my sisters working out, I realized how hard they were working. It made me want to become a professional as soon as possible,” says Lee.

“I was most impressed by the way they tried their best at everything. I will try to imitate them and grow into a good player,” she added.

The camp was attended by Lee Min-ji, Song Yoon-ha, Choi Ye-seul, Kim Chae-won, and many others who recently competed in the U18 Women’s Basketball Asia Cup. The U18 women’s basketball team reached the quarterfinals of the Asia Cup and secured a ticket to the U19 Women’s Basketball World Cup next year.

“It hasn’t been a long time since we broke up, so it’s nice to see them and it’s nice to be familiar with them,” Lee laughed.

Finally, when asked what kind of player she would like to be if she were to go pro, Lee Min-ji said, “If any team picks me, I will try my best to be useful to the team. My dream is to be a player who helps the team and shines,” he said.

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