Mother “Walk without bowing your head”
Twin sisters Lee Jae-young and Lee Da-young (25), who were unable to step on the professional volleyball V-League court due to the ‘school violence’ controversy, left for Greece to join the Greek women’s professional volleyball team PAOK Thessaloniki. The sisters, who appeared at Incheon International Airport around 9:45 pm on the 16th, remained silent in front of dozens of reporters and headed for the departure hall.
Sister Lee Jae-young left a short “I’m sorry”. On this day, Kim Kyung-hee (55), a mother who accompanied the sisters, said, “Walk without bowing your head. You have to calm down until the end,” he said. Kim, a former member of the women’s volleyball team at the 1988 Seoul Olympics, said in front of reporters after the sisters left the departure hall, “Someone should have asked my children the truth once, but there was no such person. What can I tell you?” and left the airport. The sisters arrived in Greece on the 17th via Istanbul, Turkey. Greece PAOK expressed their welcome by posting pictures of the sisters entering the country and holding a bouquet of flowers along with the words ‘They are here’ on the club’s Instagram.
The twin sisters, who were unable to play in their original team, Heungkuk Life, due to a school-bending controversy in February this year, have been pushing to join PAOK. However, as the Korea Volleyball Association adhered to the position that ‘It is impossible to issue an International Transfer Agreement (ITC) to a player who caused a social scandal,’ the transfer was difficult. However, last month, the International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) issued an ITC ex officio, and then went through the transfer process, such as issuing a visa. Recently, Lee Da-young’s husband, Jo, claimed in an interview with a media that “I am receiving psychiatric treatment after suffering from habitual verbal abuse and assault at home.” Reporter Kang Hong-gu [email protected]Go to press page>
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