Men’s professional volleyball ‘local geopo’ Lim Dong-hyeok, who obtained the qualification as a free agent (FA), remains with the original team Korean Air.
Korean Air announced on the 18th that “We have completed contracts for three FA target players in the team, including Lim Dong-hyuk, Cho Jae-young, and Yoo Kwang-woo.”
Lim Dong-hyuk made a total of 500 million won (350 million won in annual salary, 150 million won in options), Jae-young Cho made a total of 406 million won (300 million won in annual salary, 106 million won in options), and Kwang-woo Yoo made a total of 252 million won (170 million won in annual salary). 10,000 won, option 82 million won). All three players have contracts for three years.먹튀검증
eKorean Air, which won the V-League 3 years in a row and achieved the first treble last season, will be able to prevent power outflow by capturing all free agent players and challenge for the integrated championship again next season.
Lim Dong-hyuk, who is active as the main striker of the national team, drew attention as the biggest language in the FA market this time. This is because he is recognized as the best apositive spiker in Korea, but his team, Korean Air, is pushed to the bench by foreign players.
However, Lim Dong-hyuk chose to stay with Korean Air instead of transferring. He said, “I am happy to be able to sign again with a great coaching staff, excellent players and a reliable club,” and “I will do my best to achieve my goal of becoming a starter at Korean Air.”
Cho Jae-young, who has a unique career that transformed from a setter to a middle blocker, said, “As a one-team man, I always take pride in being a member of the Korean Air volleyball team, and I am happy to continue playing for Korean Air.” I will continue to work hard to become a player who contributes to winning.”
Veteran setter Yoo Kwang-woo, who has been on the court for 16 years since being nominated by Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance in the 2007-08 season rookie draft, said, “I want to help build a team that can always aim for the championship, and a stronger team.”