600 games are ahead. Yeo Oh-hyeon (Libero), who is active as a playing coach at Hyundai Capital, a men’s professional volleyball team, is about to make a page in the history of the V-League. He will achieve 600 appearances in his personal career when he goes to the court in an away game against KB Insurance in the Dodram V League in the 2022-23 season held at Uijeongbu Gymnasium on the 18th.
Yeo Oh-Hyeon played 599 V-League games before the match. He was designated as a libero along with Park Kyung-min in the KB Insurance match that day. However, in the first and second sets, he did not come out on the court, and Park Kyung-min took on the role of the first libero.
In the match between the two teams, with the third set in progress, Hyundai Capital is leading the set score 2-0.
Yeo Oh-hyun graduated from Daejeon Joongang High School and Hongik University, and was nominated as the first pick in the third round by Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance through the draft of the Super League (when he was unemployed) before the launch of the V-League. He played as an outside hitter during his time at Hongik University바카라사이트, then moved to the Libero and established himself as a representative Libero in Korean volleyball.
He earned the nickname ‘World Libero’ for his performance in the men’s volleyball team following Lee Ho (former Hyundai Capital, Hyundai E&C coach, and Korea Expressway Corporation coach). After starting as a pro, he established himself as the representative libero of the V-League with Choi Bu-shik (former Korean Air, current Korean Air coach), who is of the same age.
Yeo Oh-hyun is also the oldest active player in the V-League men’s and women’s divisions. He is the only active player who has experienced the days of unemployment if he narrows the scope to only the men’s division.
He was one of the key players when Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance continued its ‘dynasty’ with consecutive victories from unemployment to the V-League. After the end of the 2012-13 season, Yeo Oh-hyun obtained the qualification as a free agent (FA) and transferred to Hyundai Capital. Hyundai Capital also won the championship in the 2016-17 and 2018-19 seasons, and helped in defense, serve receiving, and second-tier connection.
Yeo Oh-hyun played 599 games (2113 sets) in the V-League prior to the KB Insurance match that day, recording an average of 2.460 digs per set, 0.379 sets, and a receiving efficiency of 66.2%. This is a record excluding postseason appearances such as cup competitions, championship matches, and playoffs.