Hwang Yeon-joo, ‘remaining in Hyundai E&C’, 5th FA contract… Kim Yeongyeon and Jeong Siyeong also accompany

Veteran Apposite Spiker Hwang Yeon-ju (36) signed a contract with Hyundai E&C for a total of 224 million won (annual salary 80 million won, option 32 million won) for two years.

This is Hwang Yeon-joo’s 5th free agent (FA) contract in his personal career.

On the 22nd, the last day of FA negotiations for the 2023 professional volleyball women’s division, Hyundai E&C unveiled the ‘FA contract status’.

Outside hitter Hwang Min-kyung transferred to IBK Industrial Bank, but three other free agents remained.

Libero Kim Yeon-gyeon signed for a total of 1.05 billion won over three years.

It is a structure in which the annual salary increases without an option to 300 million won in the first year of the contract, 350 million won in the second year, and 400 million won in the third year.

Middle blocker Jeong Si-young signed a one-year contract with a total compensation of 70 million won (annual salary of 55 million won and an option of 15 million won).

Hwang Yeon-joo signed a two-year contract for a total of 224 million won, becoming the 4th in the women’s history following Dae-young Jeong (GS Caltex), Songi Han (KGC Ginseng Corporation, 6 free agent contracts), and Kim Su-ji (heungkuk life insurance, 5 free agent contracts). He was recorded as ‘a player who signed 5 or more FA contracts’.

With these three, all 20 contracts on the free agency market this year have been completed.

The Korea Volleyball Federation plans to announce the results of the 2023 FA negotiations after the deadline for FA negotiations at 6 pm on the 22nd.

In the 2023 women’s FA market, five people, including Hwang Min-kyung, transferred. 안전놀이터

Park Jung-ah, who led Korea Expressway Corporation’s 2022-2023 season championship, received special treatment of 775 million won in annual compensation (475 million won in annual salary, 300 million won in options) and 2.325 billion won in total for 3 years. He signed a contract with the club Pepper Savings Bank.

Pepper Savings Bank also hired Chae Seon-ah, an outside heater from KGC Ginseng Corporation, for up to 300 million won in 3 years.

The infamous middle blocker Jeong Dae-young also left Korea Expressway Corporation and signed a contract with GS Caltex for up to 300 million won a year.

Kim Su-ji bids farewell to Industrial Bank of Korea and signs a contract with Heungkuk Life Insurance for up to 910 million won for 3 years (annual salary 270 million won, option 40 million won) and wears the same uniform as ‘best friend’ Kim Yeon-kyung.

Kim Yeon-kyung, who received the most attention in ‘V-League FA History’, signed a contract with Heungkuk Life Insurance for 775 million won after consideration.

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