Korean Air and Korea Expressway Corporation, the winners of the professional volleyball men’s and women’s divisions in the 2022-2023 season, are showing mixed moves. While Korean Air succeeded in renewing contracts with all free agents (FA) players, the power leak is getting worse in Korea Expressway Corporation as key players leave the team one after another.

Korean Air announced on the 18th that it had signed contracts with three members of the team, including Lim Dong-hyuk, Cho Jae-young, and Yoo Kwang-woo, who were subject to free agency (FA).

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.

Im Dong-hyuk said, “I am happy to be able to re-sign with a great coaching staff, excellent players, and strong club.” 안전놀이터

Cho Jae-young 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 be able to continue playing for Korean Air.” said.

“I want to help build a team that can always aim for the championship, a more solid team,” said Yoo Kwang-woo.

Korean Air said, “We have signed contracts with all the free agent players who led the V-League 3 years in a row and the first treble since the establishment, so we can expect to win the combined championship again next season.” The three players who succeeded in the team proved their value enough as players who showed great strength even in difficult situations.”

On the other hand, Korea Expressway Corporation, the winning team in the women’s division, suffers from severe power leakage.

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