The men’s free agency (FA) market ended on the 19th.

The Korean Volleyball Federation (KOVO) announced the contract results of players who obtained FA qualification through a press release on the 19th. There were 16 players who obtained FA qualification this year.

Of the 16 players, 15 remained in the original team. Korean Air has a total of 500 million won with Lim Dong-hyuk (annual salary of 350 million won, an option of 150 million won), a total of 406 million won with Cho Jae-young (annual salary of 300 million won, an option of 106 million won), and a total of 252 million won with Yoo Kwang-woo (annual salary of 300 million won). 170 million won, option 82 million won).

Hyundai Capital gives Heo Soo-bong메이저사이트 full guarantee of 800 million won without an option, and gives Moon Seong-min 350 million won (annual salary of 210 million won, option of 140 million won). He signed a contract with Park Sang-ha for a total of 300 million won (annual salary of 180 million won and an option of 120 million won).

KEPCO signed a contract with Park Cheol-woo for a total of 151 million won (annual salary of 120 million won, option of 31 million won). With this, Cheol-Woo Park set a tie record of 5 FA contracts in the male division owned by coach Oh-Hyun Yeo of Hyundai Capital. KEPCO signed a contract with another domestic rabbit, Jo Geun-ho, for 204 million won (annual salary of 150 million won, option of 54 million won).

Na Gyeong-bok, who belonged to Woori Card, is the only transfer student in this market. He chose to transfer to KB Insurance on the condition of receiving a total of 800 million won (annual salary of 600 million won and an option of 200 million won). Na Kyung-bok is scheduled to join the military, so he can play from the 2024-25 season, but he can quickly join the team when he wins the gold medal at the 2023 Hangzhou Asian Games.

Our card, which missed Na Gyeong-bok, caught Hwang Seung-bin and Oh Jae-seong. Hwang Seung-bin signed a contract for a total of 520 million won (annual salary of 450 million won, option of 52 million won) and Oh Jae-seong for a total of 452 million won (annual salary of 400 million won, option of 52 million won).

OK Financial Group signed a contract with Jin Sang-heon for 200 million won (120 million annual salary, 8,000 options), and Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance signed a contract with Shin Dong-gwang for 80 million won (7,000 annual salary, 1,000 options). KB Insurance signed contracts with Park Jin-woo and Hwang Kyung-min for a total of 360 million won (260 million won in annual salary, 100 million won in options) and 605 million won in total (500 million won in annual salary and 105 million won in options). Woo Sang-jo also stays with KB Insurance on the condition of receiving 90 million won (annual salary of 7,000, option 2,000).

KB Insurance must present a protected player by 12:00 pm on the 20th. Woori Card can choose between 200% of Na Gyeong-bok’s last season’s annual salary and 5 protected players (including Na Gyeong-bok) designated by the club, and one nomination or 300% of last season’s annual salary. Compensation players must be nominated by 6pm on the 23rd.

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