Na Kyung-bok, former Rookie of the Year and MVP, leaves Woori Card and goes to KB Insurance

National male volleyball team outside hitter Na Gyeong-bok (29) left Woori Card and transferred to KB Insurance. KB Insurance announced on the 13th that it had signed a free agent contract with Na Kyung-bok for an annual salary of 800 million won (annual salary of 600 million won, option of 200 million won).

Na Kyung-bok joined Woori Card with the first pick in the first round of the 2015-2016 draft and received the Rookie of the Year Award. He was named the MVP of the 2019-2020 season, and was also named in the V-League Best 7 twice.

Hu In-jeong, head coach of KB Insurance, said, “Na Kyung-bok is a versatile player who has excellent skills in both offense and defense and can play an excellent position even in the opposite position.” expressed expectations.

Na Gyeong-bok said, “I had a lot of trouble leaving the team I was fond of, but he decided to transfer because he decided that he needed a change and challenge.”

Na Kyung-bok will begin his military service on the 24th. He plans to return to the V-League next October. Na Kyung-bok said,토토사이트 “I will take good care of myself during my military service and become a player who grows one step further in KB Insurance.”

KB Insurance, which stayed in 6th place in the 2022-2023 season, is moving the fastest in the FA market. Prior to Na Gyeong-bok, on the 10th, he signed a renewal contract with Hwang Kyung-min for an annual salary of 605 million won (500 million won in annual salary, 105 million won in options). This is the first FA contract this season.

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