Criticism toward Hanhwa’s special rookie Kim Seo-hyun is intensifying. She was suspended from training for three days at spring camp after it was revealed that she posted gossip on social media criticizing her coaches and fans. However, after that, the criticism of the public opinion worsened over the action of pressing ‘Like’ on the club’s social media.
Kim Seo-hyun was unable to participate in Hanwha’s camp training held at Bellbank Park in Mesa, Arizona on the 7th (hereafter Korean time). He went out to the baseball field and went back to his lodgings.
In January, Kim Seo-hyun posted a swear word against the Hanwha coaching staff and fans on her social media account. It was a private account, but the contents were revealed when someone else leaked it.
The Hanwha club confirmed the facts and said, “Kim Seo-hyun was excluded from group training for three days because he posted inappropriate posts on social media, such as disrespecting fans.” He will miss training from the 7th to the 10th. The 9th is team rest day. 메이저사이트
From the 7th, while the Hanwha players are training at camp, Kim Seo-hyun spends time alone in the dorm room. Almost all adults, including the younger generation, are inseparable from their phones all day long. Most of the readers reading this article right now are probably watching it on their cell phones.
On the day Kim Seo-hyun was disciplined except for his training, when a post was posted on the Hanwha Eagles’ official social media account, he immediately clicked ‘Like’. Pressing the ‘dainty red heart’. Fans criticized him for this, such as ‘Are you self-sufficient?
Discipline, reprimand, and responsibility for wrongdoing, whether judicial or moral, must be taken seriously. Just because you are a rookie who has just jumped into the professional stage, or because you are young, you should not blindly cover up and overlook wrongdoing.
But he did not commit a serious crime. It is also necessary to observe with time rather than accusing young rookies of being immature and careless.
Discipline and correct mistakes, and give them opportunities to show a different side of themselves in the future. The Hanwha club issued a disciplinary action by excluding training in the first round and imposed a fine according to the internal rules.
Even if you look at it as an extension of that, is it such a wrong thing to click ‘Like’ on the club’s official SNS post announcing the departure of teammates for the 2nd Army Camp during the self-restraint period?