Hwang Eui-jo will not be able to wear the Korean flag

South Korea national team striker Hwang Eui-jo (Norwich City) will not be able to wear the Korean flag until he is cleared of illegal filming.

The Korea Football Association (KFA) held a meeting on the afternoon of the 28th with a discussion group consisting of Ethics Committee Chairman Lee Yun-nam, Power Enhancement Committee Chairman Michael Mueller, Competition Committee Chairman Jung Hae-sung, and Vice Chairman Choi Young-il, and decided not to select Hwang Ui-jo for the national team until there is a clear conclusion from the investigating agency.

This means that if Hwang is not cleared by the judicial authorities, he will not be able to participate in the 2024 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup, which kicks off in Qatar on Jan. 12 next year.

If he is charged and goes to trial, he could be banned from wearing the Korean flag for life.

Hwang is under police investigation for illegally filming a sex video with his ex-lover.

In June, 바카라사이트 a woman who claimed to be Hwang’s ex-lover posted the video on social media, sparking a controversy over the illegal filming.

The woman accused Hwang of having relationships with multiple women and harming them through illegal filming.

In response, Hwang sued the woman in November last year, claiming that her phone was stolen and that she had received death threats. Recently, police detained the woman, who shockingly turned out to be Huang’s brother-in-law.

It was revealed that Hwang Ui-jo was investigated by the police as a suspect on the 18th of this month, during the second Asian qualifying round for the 2026 North American Football Confederations Cup, and a video of the alleged incident was later released by the victim, which directly refuted Hwang’s claims.

In the process of debating the truth, Hwang Ui-jo’s side released part of the victim’s identity, which led to the controversy of ‘secondary victimization’.

Amidst the controversy, Hwang’s substitution in the second group game of the World Cup Asia 2018 qualifiers in China on July 21 sparked a wave of criticism from fans against coach Jürgen Klinsmann and the Korea Football Association.

The controversy spread not only to the soccer world but also to civil society and political circles, 온라인카지노 with many calling for Hwang’s national team eligibility to be revoked.

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