Q: How did you start archery?
A: I was in fourth grade, and the coach wanted me to give it a try.
Q: Were there any difficulties as a beginner?
A: As a starter, I practiced with rubber bands instead of a bow. It was tiring.This proves that hard work is always required.
Q: What do you do when you can’t shoot a 10?
A: I will think about the last move carefully. Of course, when errors occur too frequently, I’ll try my best to cut down.
Q: Do you think equipments are important?
A: Compared to others, I stress the quality of equipments. For example, if the back of an arrow is slightly cracked, I believe it may affect the score. So I always check carefully.
Q: What matters most when shooting?
A: Concentration matters a lot. You have to focus on every shot.
Q: Where do you receive training?
A: Outdoors, especially under windy conditions.
Q: How do you adjust when it’s windy?
A: Making adjustments and keeping the touch is important.
Q: Are there any difficulties for the preparations of the London Olympics?
A: It’s been tough recently. The peliminary round in Korea is up next week, and I’m feeling tense, and tired, but this is a process that has to be gone through. After it is conquered, I will thus feel respected.