KB Insurance, which finished runner-up in the professional volleyball V-League men’s division in the previous season and fell to 6th out of 7 teams this season, is attempting to strengthen its offensive power. It seems that they are preparing for a new leap forward with a long breath by recruiting players who are about to serve in the military스포츠토토.
On the 13th, KB Insurance recruited Na Gyeong-bok, who was released as a free agent from Woori Card, for 800 million won (annual salary of 600 million won, an option of 200 million won).
Na Gyeong-bok is a top-class native striker, ranking 5th in scoring and back attack, 7th in sub, and 9th in overall offense this season. He moved the team for the first time since 2015, playing only on our card.
His contract is for 3 years. However, as Na Kyung-bok is about to enlist in the military on the 24th, the contract will start from the 2024-2025 season.
Earlier, on the 10th, KB Insurance signed a free agency contract with Hwang Kyung-min, an outside hitter who played an active role as a main player this season, for an annual salary of 605 million won (500 million won in annual salary + 105 million won in options).
In this way, KB Insurance showed its will to strengthen its offensive power by retaining Hwang Gyeong-min and also embracing Na Gyeong-bok. In addition, Na Gyeong-bok is a resource that cannot be used in the upcoming 2023-2024 season due to military service. Na Kyung-bok will begin his military service as a full-time reserve on the 24th and return in October next year. He can be said to be a card looking back a season.