Former national fencer Nam Hyun-hee’s remarriage partner, Jeon Cheong-jo (27), has revealed that he used to be an equestrian and has since retired, prompting the Korean Equestrian Association to comment on the matter.
“The Korean Equestrian Association cannot confirm whether the celebrity who was recently in the news for her marriage was actually an equestrian,” wrote Park Seo-young, president of the Korean Equestrian Association, in a post on her social networking service (SNS).
“On a separate note, if anyone is interested in becoming an equestrian for the concept, please take this opportunity to donate to the organization,” he wrote, adding, “You are a real equestrian when you donate.” 온라인카지노
He included the organization’s account number.
The day before and the day after, Jeon mentioned “horseback riding” in interviews with Women’s Chosun and Sports Chosun, respectively.
According to these outlets, Jeon first rode horses at a local equestrian center in South Korea and began riding in South Korea at age 14, traveling back and forth between South Korea and the United States.
He went on to major in equestrian studies in New York and won several competitions before retiring due to injury.
However, he told Sports Chosun, “I rode hard until I was 19 years old, but unfortunately ended my career due to an injury that tore all the cartilage valves in my knees.”
“When I was 20 years old, I started a business as a hop house, and since then, I ran a manners education school and worked for a global IT company,” he said.
“I run a manners education academy for the top 1% of children in the country,” he told Women’s Chosun, adding, “In equestrian sports, for example, if a child is traumatized by falling off a horse, a psychology teacher who has studied horseback riding for more than a year and a teacher who has taken an elite equestrian course will teach the child two to one.”