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A volleyball player, suspends his qualifications for 1 year for “domestic violence and drunk driving.”

OK Financial Group setter Kwak Myung-woo (33), who was convicted by the court on domestic violence and other charges, was disciplined for a one-year suspension.

KOVO (Korea Volleyball Federation) held a reward and punishment committee on the 31st and decided on such disciplinary action.

The reward and punishment committee said, “We judged that it was an act that damaged the league’s dignity that the player was sentenced to prison,” but explained, “We imposed a one-year suspension of qualification in consideration of the fact that the player deeply repented and pleaded with the victim to punish the player as lenient as possible in the court ruling.”

Kwak Myung-woo was previously sentenced to six months in prison, suspended for one year, and suspended for one year on charges of violating the Communications Secret Protection Act and injury. 토토사이트 모음

The first trial ruling on Kwak Myung-woo came in September last year and the second trial in May this year. Afterwards, he gave up his appeal to the Supreme Court, and the sentence was confirmed. The second trial ruling further revealed that he was caught while driving under the influence in 2021.


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