A 10-year-old Boy Was Praised As a Bowling Prodigy in Korea

The great bowling skills of a 10-year-old boy made a lot of professional bowlers be amazed and praised. The outstanding performance of the boy is receiving much attention and sharing of the Korean online community. This is a rare thing anyone can do at age 10 like him.

In KBS’s Master of Living program, a 10-year-old boy caught the attention of the audience with the nickname “bowling prodigy”.

The bowling performance of the boy attracted nearly 2 million views and tens of thousands of shares. In just a short time, I became a phenomenon to be searched on Korean social networks.

It is Jung Da Woon, who has more than 5 years of bowling experience. According to KBS, from one month old, the boy was taken to the bowling alley by his parents and got used to the subject when he was 3, 4 years old.

By the age of 5, Da Woon was officially bowling. The boy taught himself technical bowling with both hands through watching videos of professional players Jason Belmonte.

TV station invited Lee Yong Woo, a famous professional bowling player in Korea, to join this program. He posed some challenges for the boy.

Instead of spilling 10 batteries as usual, Yong Woo removed only 3 batteries in position 1, 7, and 10. Before the witness of many people, the boy 10 calmly threw the bowling in turn spilled 3 batteries in turn. . This performance has made the player play professionally to be surprised.

Next, Yong Woo in turn folded the paper cups on the runway as an obstacle course. Once again, the boy surprised the witnesses by conquering 10 batteries easily.

Jung Da Woon’s impressive bowling alley received many compliments from viewers watching television. With great skills at a young age, many people are expected to bring a bright future for Korean bowling.