Highway Corporation with a rookie-turned-setter, why did you choose the setter Lee Go-eun?
The Korean road construction company became rich as a setter.
On the 26th, Korea Expressway Corporation nominated Lee Go-eun, a setter, as a free agent compensation player for Park Jung-ah (Pepper Savings Bank).
Pepper Savings Bank, which recruited Park Jung-ah, who belongs to Class A with a basic salary of 430 million won and an option of 150 million won for the previous season, received an annual salary (430 million won) from Korea Expressway Corporation in accordance with the Korea Volleyball Federation’s free agent player management regulations. ), 860 million won, which is 200%, and free agent compensation players must be compensated.
Accordingly, the Korea Expressway 크크크벳Corporation was notified of the list of protected players from Pepper Savings Bank and selected Lee Go-eun after much consideration.
Lee Go-eun joined Korea Expressway Corporation in the 3rd place in the 1st round of the 2013-14 season, but after the 2021-22 season, he obtained FA qualification and transferred to Pepper Savings Bank. Returning to Korea Expressway Corporation after a year.
Lee Go-eun took part in 122 sets in 33 games in the previous season with her strengths in fast set play and defense, and finished fourth in the set. Korea Expressway Corporation plans to appoint Lee Go-eun to minimize power leakage due to the departure of key players.
There is setter Lee Yun-jeong, who was a rookie of the year, at Korea Expressway Corporation, who made a miracle of winning the championship by breaking through 0% odds. Lee Yoon-jung grew up under the strict guidance of coach Kim Jong-min and made a decisive contribution to Korea Expressway Corporation’s dramatic victory.
Korea Expressway Corporation succeeded in retaining Bae Yu-na, Moon Jeong-won, and Jeon Sae-yan, but the transfer of Park Jeong-ah and Jeong Dae-young made weakening power inevitable.
Korea Expressway Corporation, which has become rich in setters, cannot rule out the possibility of reinforcing its insufficient position by using relatively surplus setter resources as a trade card.