Kim Min-byeol (19, Hite Jinro), who is emerging as the ‘new star of Gangwon golf’, is warming up the surroundings by donating all of his first professional stage prize money to neighbors in need.
Kim Pan-hyung, the father of player Kim Min-byeol, who visited the Gangwon Ilbo on the 16th, according to Kim’s will, gave the prize money of 5 million won from the ‘PLK Pacific Rings Korea Championship’, the second tournament of the KLPGA Tour 2023 season held last month, to the Gangwon Ilbo social welfare corporation ‘Together’. I delivered it to Park Jin-oh (President of Gangwon Ilbo) of ‘Live Gangwon World’.
The prize money is the full amount of the prize money received at the tournament, excluding caddy incentives and taxes. It is very meaningful in that it is the first prize money received in Kim Min-byeol’s professional debut. 카지노
Mr. Kim Pan-hyeong explained, “Minbyeol wanted to spend it meaningfully as it was his first salary,” and “it was decided to make a donation after a family meeting.” Kim Min-byeol’s prize money is expected to be delivered to child heads of households, multicultural families, etc. through the Gangwon Ilbo social welfare corporation, ‘Gangwon World Living Together’.
Mr. Kim also asked for forgiveness for not being able to personally visit Kim. Kim, who is about to start his full-fledged professional debut season, is currently preparing for the season in Chiang Rai, Thailand. From 5:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., he conveyed his warm heart that he wanted to help neighbors in need while digesting the tight training schedule.
Player Kim Min-byeol said, “I thought that I wanted to do something meaningful when I received a prize money from the past.” It’s not a lot of money, but I hope it will be delivered to those who need it and help.”