Korea Electric Power Corporation manager Kwon Young-min, who was ‘first to leave’, said, “I shouldn’t have done that, but I was excited.”

Men’s volleyball team KEPCO almost lost from the first day of the new year due to coach Kwon Young-min’s desk slamming down.KEPCO won again with a set score of 3-2 in the visiting match against Korean Air held at Gyeyang Gymnasium in Incheon on the 1st.An incident occurred that changed the flow of the game in the 4th set, when KEPCO was ahead with a set score of 2-1.With KEPCO allowed to chase at 17-16, when a Korean Air player’s serve came near the end line, Lim Seong-jin and Seo Jae-deok hurriedly withdrew their arms while preparing to receive the ball.

The first decision was a touch out, and Director Kwon applied for a video review, but the decision was ‘unreadable’.In the end, when the score was tied at 17-17, Coach Kwon could not control his excitement and violently protested by hitting the desk of the game committee member, and referee Choi Jae-hyo ordered the set to leave.When the coach was sent off, KEPCO gave up the 4th set, and only managed to win the 5th set when Coach Kwon returned, earning 2 points.After the game, Coach Kwon apologized, saying, “The player said it wasn’t a hit, and the video review showed it wasn’t a hit, but I was excited because the decision came out like that. I shouldn’t have done that, but I was so excited because it was an important point. 카지노사이트킹 I won’t do that next time.” .

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