Prosecutor seeks 5 years in prison for Oh Jae-won for ‘allegedly administering drugs’

Prosecutors have sentenced former national baseball player Oh Jae-won to five years in prison.

On the 19th, Sports Chosun reported that the prosecution asked for five years in prison and a fine of 24.74 million won ($24.74 million) during Oh’s hearing on charges of violating the Act on Aggravated Punishment of Certain Crimes (retaliatory threats, etc.), which was held at the Seoul Central District Court’s Criminal Court Division 28 (Deputy Chief Judge Han Dae-gyun).

Oh, who played for the Doosan Bears, was accused of injecting meth on 11 occasions from November 2022 to November last year and storing about 0.4 grams of meth in a fire hydrant in the hallway of an acquaintance’s apartment in April last year.

He was also accused of assaulting and intimidating A, who was also accused of taking meth, by smashing his cell phone and grabbing his throat in retaliation when he tried to call the police. The prosecution had previously requested a two-year prison sentence for Mr. A.

According to reports on the same day, Oh Jae-won confessed to the charges, admitting to taking methamphetamine. However, he denied the charges of threatening and retaliatory assault against A.

Oh Jae-won’s defense attorney said, “Regarding the drug-related part, he confessed to the psychotropic drug part. As for the retaliatory assault, it was the victim’s statement, but he also made many unreliable statements in court.”

“After November 2023, he did not take methamphetamine. There is an aspect that he relied on other drugs to weaken his addiction while cutting down on methamphetamine, but the methamphetamine ammunition is clearly confirmed in the indictment,” he said, adding, ”I would like to ask for a sentence including this point.”

“I sincerely apologize for causing trouble and ask for forgiveness, and I am reflecting on it every day,” Oh said in his closing argument.

He added that he was remorseful for failing to protect his loved ones, including his father, mother, and brother.

“There are some things that are not true, but I think it’s all because I fell into the wrong path,” he said, adding, ”I vowed to never touch drugs again, and I will never depend on drugs again to gnaw at myself. I will live the rest of my life with a heart of atonement and service.”

Born in 1985, Oh Jae-won played for the Doosan Bears from 2007 to 2022 as a one-club man. 파워볼실시간

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Let’s run in our team jerseys…’Run in a K League Jersey’ event

Let’s run in our team jerseys!

The Korea Professional Football Association announced on the 19th that it will hold a fan-participation running event, ‘Run in the 2024 K League Jersey’.

‘Run in Jersey’ is an event that combines ‘blockcore’, a fashion trend that combines soccer jerseys with everyday clothes, and ‘running’, a lifestyle sport enjoyed by the MZ generation, and will be held from today until the 11th of next month.

The league organized ‘Run in Jersey’ so that fans who usually wear K League jerseys and enjoy blockcore can have the experience of enjoying and promoting K League culture in their daily lives through running.

‘Run in Jersey’ consisted of three courses: ‘Seokchon Lake Run’, ‘RunPass’, and ‘Running Class’.

Participants in the ‘Seokchon Lake Run’ run 2.5 kilometers along the designated course of Seokchon Lake in front of Lotte World Tower in Songpa-gu, Seoul, representing 25 K League clubs, and post a photo on their personal social media (SNS) using the designated form.

The photo must show Lotte World Tower along with the K League jersey.

Until the end of the event, 50 participants will be selected by lottery every week to receive a gift certificate.

The ‘Run Pass’ event is for fans who want to run in various locations other than Seokchon Lake, including the ‘2.5-kilometer run in any K League club’s hometown’ and the ‘Cumulative 41-kilometer run’ to commemorate the 41st anniversary of the K League.

Fans who participate in the ‘Run Pass’ and gain the most experience points on the social learning platform ‘Runnable’ will be entered into a lottery to win prizes such as team K League jerseys and K League miniature trophies.

The ‘Running Class’ program offers free basic running lessons from professional coaches.

It will be held at Lotte World World Park Square every Saturday for four sessions starting on the 27th of this month.

Each session is limited to 30 participants.

For more information on how to apply for ‘Run in a Jersey’, visit Runnable and the official social media accounts of the K League.

Meanwhile, the ‘Jersey Run’ is organized to promote the ‘FC Seventeen Eleven with K-League × Sanrio Characters Pop-up Store’ held in the atrium on the first floor of Lotte World Tower and World Park Plaza. 토토사이트

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Hyundai hosts Gyeongin Derby at Lotte Cinema… live streaming of the K League game

Enjoy the ‘Hyundai Street Derby’ and ‘Gyeongin Derby’ at Lotte Cinema!

The Korea Professional Football Association announced on the 19th that it will be broadcasting live K League matches at Lotte Cinema.

The federation added, “The event was organized so that K League fans who are having trouble seeing the stadium due to the hot weather and rainy season can watch the games indoors in a cool environment.”

The live matches will be the Hana Bank K League 1 2024 24th Round ‘Hyundai Gah Derby’ between Jeonbuk Hyundai and Ulsan HD at Jeonju World Cup Stadium in Jeonju, Jeollabuk-do on the 20th, and the 25th Round ‘Gyeongin Derby’ between Incheon United and FC Seoul at Incheon Football Stadium on the 27th.

The theaters were selected based on one local theater in the away team’s region and one in downtown Seoul, which has a high foot traffic.

The Jeonbuk-Ulsan match will be broadcast live at Lotte Cinema Ulsan Department Store and World Tower, while the Incheon-Seoul match will be shown at Yongsan and World Tower.

Tickets for live streaming in theaters are priced at 15,000 won.

For more information, including ticketing information, visit the Lotte Cinema website and app.

The league will take the lead in creating a new soccer viewing culture by providing convenience to K League fans who have difficulty seeing stadiums. 카지노사이트 추천

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Jeju United held various events on the 30th, including inviting Kwon Soon-hyung to retire from active duty.

Jeju United, a professional soccer team, invites Soon-hyung Kwon, who recently announced his retirement from active duty, to an orange shout at the Hana Bank K-League 1 2024 4th round home game against Pohang Steelers held at Jeju World Cup Stadium at 4:30 pm on the 30th. It was announced on the 27th that we will support the legendary steps as he begins his second soccer career.

Kwon Soon-hyung is a beautiful memory of Jeju. He appeared in 183 games in Jeju alone, scoring 14 goals and 24 assists. In particular, his performance in the 2016 season was dazzling. He scored 5 goals and 8 assists in 37 games in K League 1 alone. In the 2017 season, he caught two birds with one stone: team contribution (most assists) and second place.

Not only was his record keeping, but his leadership and coordination skills were also outstanding. While wearing the captain’s armband in Jeju, he showed exceptional leadership and gained great trust from the coaching staff and colleagues. He is also a strong member of the midfield, making numerous partners shine, from the ‘American Defield duo’ Song Jin-hyung to Lee Chang-min, Yoon Bit-garam, Oh Seung-beom, and Lee Chan-dong. In response, Jeju fans called Kwon Soon-hyung the ‘architect of victory.’

After announcing his retirement from active duty this year, Soon-Hyung Kwon plans to not only run the ‘Soon-Hyung Kwon Football Lab’ soccer class but also challenge himself in various fields related to soccer. Jeju decided to invite Kwon Soon-hyung to this home game to support and cheer on his challenge.

Various events are being prepared for this day’s game, including a final greeting on the pitch with Kwon Soon-hyung and an autograph session with fans. Before the game, we plan to give a lecture to Jeju youth parents. He plans to talk about his K-League experience and know-how, as well as his perspective on young players from a parent’s perspective.

“I want to express my gratitude to Jeju and the fans who made me special, not just a special player,” said Kwon Soon-hyung, adding, “I am looking forward to meeting Jeju and the fans. Although it is sad to leave the ground, it is truly special to be able to start a new challenge together in the orange wave. I always missed you and wanted to see you. “I want to convey my sincerity to Jeju and the fans,” he said.

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PGA Tour tournament runner-up Kim jumps 10 spots to No. 16 in world rankings

South Korea’s Joo Hyung Kim is now ranked No. 16 in the world after finishing runner-up at the PGA Tour’s Travelers Championship.

The South Korean shot a 4-under-par 66 in the fourth round on the final day of the tournament in Cromwell, Connecticut, USA, to finish at 22-under-par 258 for second place.

Kim, who lost in a playoff to World No. 1 Scotty Schaeffler (USA) in a playoff, is ranked 16th in the world, up 10 spots from last week’s No. 26 ranking.

Kim’s previous career-high ranking was No. 11 in December last year.

Bryson DeChambeau (USA) is the highest-ranked LIV Golf player, moving up one spot from No. 10 to No. 9. LIV’s Yon Ram (Spain) dropped from No. 9 to No. 10.

Lim Sung-jae, who tied for third at the Travelers Championship, moved up six spots from 34th to 28th.

Ahn Byung-hoon (South Korea) followed in 30th and Kim Si-woo (South Korea) in 46th.

Kim Min-kyu, who topped the 66th Korea Open, which concluded in Cheonan, Chungcheongnam-do, on Nov. 23, jumped 182 spots from No. 419 to No. 237. 파워볼

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Football Coaches Association launches…”South Korean coach takes backseat to national team manager”

Seol Dong-sik, the first president of the Korea Football Coaches Association (KFA), has criticized the lack of attention given to domestic coaches in the selection process for the national soccer team’s head coach.

“Achievements such as the third-place finish at the 2012 London Olympics and the runner-up finish at the 2019 FIFA U-20 World Cup are proof that Korean coaches have excellent abilities,” Seol said at the inauguration ceremony of the Leaders Association held at The K Hotel Seoul in Seocho-gu, Seoul on Thursday afternoon.

He then expressed his disappointment that only foreign coaches are given attention in the selection process.

“It’s unfortunate that Korean coaches are not recognized in the selection process,” said Seol.

“In Southeast Asia, they are taking our coaches,” he said, highlighting the excellence of Korean coaches such as Shin Tae-yong, who leads Indonesia’s national team, Kim Pan-gon, who leads Malaysia’s national team, and former coaches Park Hang-seo and Kim Sang-sik, who lead Vietnam’s national team.

“Even young players who are playing in Europe were taught by Korean coaches in Korea during their school days, and they are becoming world-class players overseas,” Seol said, adding that this also shows the excellence of Korean coaches.

“How long will we continue to look around the world for a coach for the Korean national soccer team?” he asked, adding, “Why are our coaches not being recognized in the process of selecting a national team coach, and why should they be in the sixth or seventh position (relatively speaking).”

While urging the KFA to work harder to nurture and promote domestic coaches, Seol said he would continue to work with the organization.

“The KFA should take the lead in discovering world-class players and developing world-class masters,” he said, adding, “The Leadership Association will be a strong partner and supporter of the KFA.”

Meanwhile, the KFA’s National Power Enhancement Committee considered more than 100 candidates over the course of several months, but decided that it would be difficult to find a foreign coach with the level of prestige and skill that fans wanted.

Kim Do-hoon and Ulsan HD head coach Hong Myung-bo, who led the team on an interim basis for two A-Match matches in June, are the favorites to take over. 메이저토토사이트 순위

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Federation of Sports Organizations Regrets Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism’s ‘limitation theory’

The Federation of Sports Organizations of the Korea Sports Federation (KOF) has expressed regret over comments made by Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Yoo In-chon that aim to divide the KOF and sports organizations just one month before the 2024 Paris Olympics.

The 82 member sports organizations of the Federation released a statement on the 24th, claiming that Yoo’s remarks at a meeting between the Korea Volleyball Association and women’s national retired players four days earlier that “the sports system centered on the Korea Sports Federation has reached its limits,” and that “we will ensure autonomy for each sports organization to build a healthy ecosystem with its own mid- to long-term vision, and we will definitely reform the budget support system,” actually conveyed the intention of controlling sports organizations through budget support.

They also pointed out that Yoo’s remarks are in line with the National Sports Promotion Act, which mandates the KFA to provide guidance and support for the businesses and activities of affiliated sports organizations and sports organizations for living sports.

With no ceasefire in sight, the two sides, including the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the KOC, are heading for a predictable all-out war in the run-up to the Paris Olympics.

The two sides are expected to go head-to-head again over explosive post-Olympic issues, including the KFA’s request to amend its bylaws to remove the limit on consecutive terms for sports organization heads and the MOC’s refusal to approve it, and the debate over the establishment of the National Sports Commission as a sports control tower. 스포츠토토사이트

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Kia closer Jung Hae-young has shoulder inflammation

Kia Tigers closer Jung Hae-young (22) will end the first half of the season a little early due to shoulder rotator cuff inflammation.

The Kia Tigers announced on April 24, “Jung Jung-young, who underwent an additional examination today, was diagnosed with right shoulder rotator cuff inflammation. Jung will return in the second half of the season.”

Jeong felt discomfort in his shoulder while pitching in the first game of a doubleheader against the Hanwha Eagles at Kia Champions Field in Gwangju on March 23.

He had an initial checkup on July 23 and underwent an additional checkup on July 24.

The 2024 KBO League will conclude the first half of the season on July 4 and begin the second half on July 9.

Kia decided to give Jeong about a month of rest.

This year, Jung has pitched well in 32 games with a 2-2 record, 21 saves, and a 2.25 ERA.

He is second in saves with 23, behind only Oh Seung-hwan (Samsung Lions).

After feeling discomfort in his shoulder at the end of the first half, Jung will take a short break to prepare for the second half. 카지노사이트

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Why Dortmund gets more money if they finish second in the Champions League

The UEFA Champions League championship trophy ‘Big Ear’.

The UEFA Champions League (UCL) is the largest prize money among sports competitions on the planet.

The UCL winning team will receive 20 million euros (about 29.8 billion won), and the runner-up team will also receive 15.5 million euros (about 23.2 billion won).

However, Dortmund (Germany), which advanced to the finals of this year’s competition, can actually earn more money if it finishes as runner-up. 메이저사이트

This is because of Jude Bellingham (21, England).

Bellingham played for Dortmund until last season and then moved to Real Madrid (Spain).

And Dortmund’s opponent in this year’s UCL final is Real Madrid.

According to the U.S. CBS broadcast, Real Madrid recruited Bellingham and decided to give Dortmund an additional $5.38 million (about 7.437 billion won) when they win the UCL in the 2023-2024 season. When Bellingham is named to the top 11 of the tournament, $2.1 million (approximately 3 billion won) is added to this. CBS explained, “If Dortmund wins, they will earn $21.5 million (about 29.72 billion won), but if they lose, they will earn $24.2 million (33.45 billion won).” 슬롯사이트

Of course, winning the UCL championship trophy ‘Big Year’ is an honor that cannot be exchanged for money.

However, if Dortmund loses, wouldn’t this money be of some consolation?

The final of this year’s competition between Dortmund and Real Madrid will be held at Wembley Stadium in England at 4 am on the 2nd. 토토사이트 순위

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FC Seoul signs semi-professional contract with Osan High School ace Kang Joo-hyuk Second after Kang Seong-jin

FC Seoul signed a semi-professional contract with Osan High School’s ace Kang Joo-hyuk

Professional soccer K-League 1 FC Seoul announced on the 31st that it signed a semi-professional contract with Kang Joo-hyuk (18), the ace of the club’s U-18 team Osan High School. This signing is the second semi-professional contract in FC Seoul history after Kang Seong-jin (21).

Kang Joo-hyuk, born in 2006, is a side attack resource with an aggressive breakthrough ability using explosive speed and excellent scoring ability. Since his first year of high school, he has played as a key member of his affiliated team, Osan High School, and led the team to the top team in the high school league. 슬롯사이트

Kang Joo-hyuk, who has been attracting attention for his outstanding soccer skills since his days at Shinjeong Elementary School, was selected as one of the best elevens at the ’31st Cha Bum-geun Soccer Awards’ and was consistently called up to the national team at each level.

Kang Joo-hyuk said, “I can’t believe I get to play for FC Seoul, a club I’ve dreamed of since I was young. I will prepare well and show my fans a good performance. “I will help the team get three points in every game by scoring through my strengths, speed and good movement,” he said. 안전놀이터

Seoul coach Kim Ki-dong is investing young resources from Osan High School, including Lee Tae-seok, Baek Sang-hoon, Kang Seong-jin, Park Seong-hoon, Hwang Do-yoon, Son Seung-beom, and Lee Seung-jun, in the right places and developing players through friendly competition. The addition of another promising player, Kang Joo-hyuk, is expected to be a great addition to FC Seoul’s U-22 resources.

Meanwhile, Kang Joo-hyuk, who is a member of the Republic of Korea U-19 national soccer team, will participate in the Four Nations Friendly Tournament held in China in June along with FC Seoul’s seniors Ham Sun-woo, Bae Hyun-seo, and Min Ji-hoon, who are one year older. He plans to join the Seoul team after completing his schedule. 토토사이트 추천

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