Lee Dae-ho parodies the dark history of chicken box bung-byeon…YouTube “Silver Burton” is worth it

Lee Dae-ho’s YouTube channel “RE:DAEHO” has more than 100,000 subscribers and received a “silver button.” Google, the headquarters of YouTube, delivers the “silver button” to its YouTube channel, which has more than 100,000 subscribers. The “silver button” certification is also an influential channel’s yardstick.

Lee Dae-ho, who opened YouTube in October, invited stars representing the KBO League, including “Blue Blood Man” Kang Min-ho (Samsung), Choi Hyung-woo (KIA), who has won the Korean Series five times in Samsung and KIA, and LG, who have made a great contribution to winning the integrated championship for the first time in 29 years, and catchers Park Dong-won, Lotte Jung-hoon, and KT Hwang Jae-kyun, to his regular restaurants to tell more stories than usual. 파친코

In particular, the video of Lee Dae-ho showing off his seven-time batting champion at the Coin Ballpark was a huge hit, surpassing 1.25 million views. Lee said, “Honestly, I wanted to make (content) sincerely without thinking about the number of views, but thank you for your love and support. I thought about eating broadcasts a little bit, but I am aiming for a high-quality baseball talk show.”

Lee Dae-ho’s “silver button” verification video was shocking. The video showed him reeling from the box as he was exiting the building amid cheers from fans. This parodies the dark history of being hit by a chicken box on his back in March 2018 after his home game at Sajik Baseball Stadium.

Lee Dae-ho promised to buy beef by inviting 10 people, one from each club, to Busan as an event to celebrate the “Silver Button” certification. “To repay fans’ love, I will invite 10 people for dinner. However, you have to come to Busan. I will buy you beef indefinitely. I hope you enjoy it and talk a lot about baseball,” Lee said.

Meanwhile, Lee Dae-ho, who started his professional career with Lotte in 2001 after graduating from Gyeongnam High School, played in 1971 games in the KBO, recording 374 homers, 1425 RBIs, 972 runs and 11 steals. Lee posted the best performance last year, when he announced his retirement. He displayed remarkable performance in 142 games, posting a batting average of 331 percent, 23 homers, 101 RBIs and 53 runs. Unfortunately, he failed to make it to the fall stage, but his personal performance was second to none.

Lee Dae-ho has won seven Golden Gloves in his career. He was named the best first baseman in 2006, 2007, 2011 and 2017, and became the winner of the Golden Glove in the third baseman category in 2010. He received the Golden Glove in the designated hitter category in 2018 and last year. After retiring from active duty, he appeared on JTBC’s popular program “The Greatest Baseball.”

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