The Seo Training Centre, where Seo was born and raised, opened its doors to a group of women aged in their 20s last month.
They had been given permission to train under Seo’s leadership in Nottinghamshire and she was the first woman to be invited to join.
In the first of many sessions with her coach, who is also a retired chief executive of the county, the group was briefed on the importance of social media and the benefits of video.
The group was asked to be open to the idea of being involved in the sport in the future.
“She is the person who taught me about social media, she was a role model, she taught me how to take it in, and I am just so thankful for that,” one of the women said.
Seo also has a track record of delivering positive results in the cricketing world.
She was voted England’s most valuable player in 2017, and was the recipient of the 2019 Women’s England Cricket Awards.
The Seo Centre, with its 1,000-capacity ground, has hosted some of the world’s best players and teams since it opened in 2014.
It is not the first time Seo has helped a young cricket team grow.
In 2013, she coached the women’s team at the University of Leeds.
The team was one of a number that played in the prestigious World Cup in South Africa in 2015, before winning the World Series.