The Korea Football Association has formed a separate discussion group to discuss the case of Hwang Ui-jo (31-Norwich City), a national soccer player under police investigation for illegal filming.
“Today at 3:30 p.m., we will form a discussion group with members of the Ethics Committee, Fairness Committee, and National Power Enhancement Committee to discuss issues related to Hwang Ui-jo,” 카지노사이트 the KFA said.
The federation added that it plans to issue a press release after the meeting to explain the outcome.
Hwang is under police investigation for illegally filming a sex video with his ex-lover.
It was revealed that he was being investigated by police as a suspect on Nov. 18, and the case grew after the victim directly refuted Hwang’s claim that the video was consensual.
In the ensuing controversy, fans criticized national team coach Jürgen Klinsmann and the Korea Football Association after Hwang Ui-jo played in the second Asian qualifying match for the 2026 North and Central American World Cup in November during the A match.
Hwang Ui-jo’s camp has been debating the truth about whether he agreed to shoot the video with the victim, and he has denied the allegations and partially disclosed the victim’s identity, escalating the situation into a “secondary victimization” controversy.
There have been calls from civil society organizations as well as political circles for the Korean Football Association to take action, such as stripping Hwang of his national team status or banning him from competing.
Amid the controversy, Hwang returned to his club after the A-match period and scored a goal in the English Professional Soccer Championship (second division) match against Queens Park Rangers (QPR) in the early hours of Sept. 26. 바카라사이트