Jae-Sung Cho (28, OK Financial Group), who was investigated by the prosecution for alleged corruption in military service, was disqualified from participating in the V-League All-Star in the 2022-23 season of professional volleyball.
The Korean Volleyball Federation (President Cho Won-tae) announced on the 6th that “Korean Air Kwak Seung-seok and Pepper Savings Bank Nia Reid have been decided as substitute players for the All-Star Game for OK Financial Group Cho Jae-seong and Hyundai Engineering & Construction Yasmin Bedart (registered name Yasmin).”
The professional committee of the federation announced that among the men’s M-Star striker group players to which Jae-Sung Cho belonged, who had recently caused controversy, Seung-Seok Kwak, who received the next highest number of votes (42,303 votes) following the existing three All-Star players (Kyung-Bok Na, Seong-Min Moon, Kwang-In Jeon) was recommended as a substitute. 토토사이트
Cho Jae-seong, who was eligible for active duty enlistment, was investigated by the Seoul Southern District Prosecutor’s Office on the 4th for falsely complaining of epilepsy symptoms and being judged as a social worker (level 4). The Korea Volleyball Federation seems to have made a judgment that it is unreasonable to have a player involved in an unfortunate event participate in the All-Star Game, a festival in the volleyball world.
In addition, Nia Reed (17,960 votes), who recorded the most votes among foreign players belonging to the women’s M-Star striker, was recommended as a replacement for Yasmin Hyundai Engineering & Construction, who was unable to participate in the All-Star Game due to injury.
Meanwhile, the Dodram 2022-23 season V-League All-Star Game will be held on the 29th at Samsan World Gymnasium in Incheon.