The Korean national go team has moved into the national athletes’ village for the first time in 13 years as it prepares to go for gold at the Hangzhou Asian Games in September. Led by head coach Mok Jin-seok and coaches Hong Min-pyo and Oh Jung-ah, the 10 men’s and women’s Asian Games go players moved into the Jincheon National Training Center in Chung cheongbuk-do at 11 a.m. on Nov. 11 and began a four-day, five-night joint training program through Nov. 15.The team, which departed by bus from the Korean Origins Center at Majang-ro in Seongdong-gu, will receive their room assignments upon arrival at Jincheon and will hold a press conference at 1 p.m. after lunch .In the afternoon, the team will have a joint go training session followed by weight training. The team will attend psychological lectures and doping sessions during their stay.Medalists from other sports have also been invited to speak at the village. It’s been 13 years since go, a “brain sport,” was 토토사이트 included in the Asian Games program after the 2010 Guangzhou Games. In Guangzhou, South Korea won all three gold medals, beating host China in the men’s and women’s team events and mixed doubles. Three gold medals are up for grabs in the men’s and women’s team and men’s individual events at the Hangzhou Asian Games. Korea selected 10 men’s and 10 women’s representatives through ranking seeds and national trials in May last year. Shin Shin-seo, Park Jung-hwan, Byun Sang-il, Kim Myung-hoon, Shin Min-joon, and Lee Ji-hyun were selected for the men’s team, which will compete in both individual and team events. Choi Jeong-Ou Jin 9, Kim Chae Young 8, and Kim Eun Ji 6 were selected for the women’s team, which will compete in the team event only .Korean go fans are hoping for a triple gold medal sweep in Hangzhou.