Bodybuilder Han Dong-soo, who appeared on tvN’s “You Quiz,” is running for president of the Korea Bodybuilding Association.
Bodybuilder Han Dong-ki, who made a splash on tvN’s “You Quiz on the Block,” is running for the 14th President of the Korea Bodybuilding Association on May 25.
On tvN’s “You Quiz on the Block” broadcast in September 2021, Han Dong-ki has been managing his diet for more than 40 years, and in response to Yoo Jae-seok and Jo Se-ho’s question, “What are the three weights,” he revealed, “I bench press 210 kilograms, squat 200 kilograms, and deadlift 280 kilograms,” making everyone’s tongues drop at the staggering weight of “3,690 kilograms.
“I declared my candidacy for the sake of the stagnant development of bodybuilding, the welfare of the athletes and the public interest,” Han said.
“After a glamorous active career, I have been working hard behind the scenes for the development of bodybuilding, but I was disappointed with the symbolic presidency and immature management of people who had nothing to do with the sport, so the presidency became vacant due to the mid-term resignation of the previous president, and I was actively encouraged by my peers to run for the presidency,” he said.
“At first, I stubbornly refused, but I decided to run because I can proudly say that I have more experience as an athlete and an association official than anyone else, and my love for bodybuilding is deeper than anyone else,” he added.
Han is a legend in the bodybuilding world.
As the first Korean to win four world titles, a gold medal at the 2002 Busan Asian Games, Mr. Korea, Mr. Asia in 1984, and numerous sports medals including the Korea Giraffe, Baekmajang, Colossus, and Presidential Citation, he has made 먹튀검증 significant contributions to the development of bodybuilding and sports in Korea over the past 43 years.
“If elected president, I will strive to make bodybuilding a popular sport, improve the treatment of poor athletes, create star athletes, and make the local associations self-reliant and represent the interests of frontline fitness centers,” said Han.