It’s called “steamed friendship. As she wraps up her 13-year career on the Japan Ladies Professional Golf (JLPGA) Tour, Ibomi has the support of her close friend and fellow golfer Choi Na-yeon.
Ibomi will conclude her Japanese touring career at the JLPGA Tour’s Nobuta Group Masters GC Ladies Tournament at Masters Golf Club in Miki City, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan, starting on Sept. 19. Prior to the tournament, Lee, who left a video of her retirement from the JLPGA Tour through her management company, G-AdSports, said, “It’s been 13 years since I came to Japan. Thank you very much for your warm support over the past 13 years,” and “I will do my best to show you a good game in my last tournament this week. Thank you for always supporting me,” he said.토토사이트
In response, Lee’s close “classmate” Choi Na-yeon wished her well. “Have fun at your last competition in Japan,” Choi wrote on her social media account, along with a heart emoji that read, “Congratulations and thank you for your hard work.” At the end of last year, exactly one year ago, Choi Na-yeon, who retired from active duty, recalled her experience and said, “You shouldn’t cry too much like me. You’ll become a crybaby,” she added, sparking laughter.
Lee Bomi and Choi Na-yeon are also members of V157, the golf world’s leading social organization. Along with Park In-bee, Shin Ji-ae, Kim Ha-neul, Lee Jeong-5, and Yoo So-yeon, the V157 group, named for their combined 157 wins at the time of the group’s formation, has attracted attention as a group of women golfers. Whenever there was a personal event such as marriage, childbirth, or retirement, the members took special care of each other.