‘School violence controversy’ Lee Jae-young and Da-young “I want to reflect for the rest of my life, I want to apologize”

The twin sisters of professional volleyball V-League Lee Jae-young and Da-young Lee, who lost their team due to the controversy over school violence and were forced into the greatest crisis of their career, bowed their heads to the victims.

The two players said this in an interview with KBS on the 30th.

Da-young Lee said, “It won’t be washed away with a single apology, but if I’ve been traumatized for the rest of my life, I also want to reflect on it for the rest of my life and make a sincere apology.”

“It’s the part where I never stabbed my neck with a knife. Heungkuk Life Insurance submitted to the Korea Volleyball Federation (KOVO) on the same day, saying, “I and my mother got down on our knees in front of the players and apologized.” Lee Jae-young and Lee Da-young He was removed from the roster for the next season. Heungkuk Life Insurance, which was originally scheduled to force the registration of the two players, eventually gave up after facing strong public opposition.

The two free players can sign contracts with seven clubs, including Heungkuk Life, but it will be difficult to play next season right away due to poor public opinion.

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