Women’s professional volleyball IBK Industrial Bank signed a new free agent (FA) contract with Kim Hee-jin (32), the team’s only franchise star.
Industrial Bank of Korea announced on the 20th that it had renewed the contract with Kim Hee-jin for a total compensation of 350 million won (annual salary of 150 million won and an option of 200 million won) for one year.
Kim Hee-jin was a founding member of IBK Industrial Bank in 2011 and played as a franchise player for the team. He played in 331 matches and 1226 sets in 12 seasons, scoring a total of 4170 points. In the past, he contributed to winning three championship matches with coach Lee Jeong-cheol.
However, it has recently suffered a decline. This season, due to a knee injury, etc., he appeared in 28 games and scored 251 points, and his attack success rate was sluggish with 32.48%.
Kim Hee-jin, who ended the season early due to knee surgery, is working hard on rehabilitation training to return to a healthy body for the upcoming 2023-24 season.
The IBK team said, “We will once again rebuild the reputation of the IBK dynasty by renewing the contract with Kim Hee-jin, who has won several championships.” It will be a club that does.”
IBK previously brought Hwang Min-kyung, a housekeeper with both air and defense skills, from Hyundai E&C for a total of 900 million won over two years, and then renewed the contract with Kim Hee-jin, who can play multiple positions, and completed the FA agreement. 메이저사이트
Veteran middle blocker Kim Su-ji, who has been playing since 2017, transferred to Heungkuk Life Insurance on the 19th.
Industrial Bank of Korea also expressed its gratitude to Kim Su-ji, who transferred to Heungkuk Life Insurance. The club said, “We are grateful to the player who devoted himself as the team’s main player despite difficult circumstances during the 6th season,” and said, “We will always support Kim Su-ji’s new start.”