Park Cheol-woo’s public criticism of’Blood’ Director Lee Sang-yeol “I want to apologize”

Sang-yeol Lee, Director of KB Insurance

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(Seoul = Yonhap News) Reporter Choi In-young = Men’s professional volleyball coach Lee Sang-yeol of KB Insurance has expressed his apology to Park Cheol-woo (KEPCO), whom he assaulted 12 years ago.

Director Lee Sang-yeol said in a telephone interview with Yonhap News on the 19th that he was cautious to reveal his position, but he said, “Park Chul-woo can do that enough,” and “I want to apologize.”

In a post-game interview between KEPCO and OK Savings Bank on the 18th, Park Cheol-woo publicly criticized Lee, who beat himself as a coach at the time when playing for the national team 12 years ago.

The day before the game, he left a post on his social network service (SNS) account, “It’s really’bleeding’. Is this the feeling that blood is flowing upside down?” He explained that he was shocked to hear what he said about the situation in which the problem spread.

Park Cheol-woo, Korea Electric Power Big Storm Volleyball Player
Park Cheol-woo, Korea Electric Power Big Storm Volleyball Player

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In an interview before the match on the 17th, manager Lee Sang-yeol said, “There was causal retribution in any case,” and told about his experience that if he became a violent perpetrator, he opened fire.

Manager Lee also added that he is treating players with apologetic heart and trying to set an example.

However, Park Cheol-woo stressed that the violence of the leader should be eradicated, saying that he knows that the severe corporal punishment of Lee was continued even after the beating incident.

Park Cheol-woo said, “I heard that coach Lee told the player’I know you’re not right because of Park Cheol-woo’ even when he was a college leader.”

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In this regard, director Lee Sang-yeol explained that his interview was “I told my juniors that they should not engage in such acts such as violence.”

He continued, “It’s unforgivable, but I will try to show a good figure in some way in my life.”

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