Hyundai Capital caught all three free agents, Heo Soo-bong, Moon Seong-min, and Park Sang-ha
Men’s professional volleyball Hyundai Capital succeeded in catching all free agent (FA) Moon Seong-min, Park Sang-ha (37), and Heo Soo-bong (25).
Hyundai Capital announced on the 14th that it had completed a free agent contract with striker Heo Soo-bong, who was considered the biggest player in the free agency market, at an annual average of 800 million won.
Heo Soo-bong recorded an average attack success rate of 52.83% (regular league standard) while serving as the team’s main striker in the 2022-23 season. In the postseason, he ranked first and second in scoring. He performed like Altoran, playing various positions such as apogeit spiker and middle blocker.
Heo Soo-bong expressed his feelings, saying, “I am happy to have signed an FA contract with Hyundai Capital,” and “I will do my best to win the team next season.”
Apposite Spiker Moon Seong-min, the eldest brother of the team, is paid 350 million won (annual salary 210 million won, option 140 million won), and middle blocker Park Sang-ha is paid 300 million won (annual salary 180 million won + option 120 million won). The FA contract was finalized.
Moon Seong-min and Park Sang-ha successfully completed the third FA and continued their partnership with Hyundai Capital. After moving to Hyundai Capital in the 2010-11 season, Moon Seong-min played an active role as Hyundai Capital’s signature striker for 12 years, leading to two championships in the regular league and two championships. He won the regular league MVP twice and the championship MVP once, and won the Triple Crown six times.
Park Sang-ha has been active as a member of Hyundai Capital since the 2021-22 season. He leads the team as the eldest brother along with his classmate Moon Seong-min, including achieving standard records twice in 12 seasons. 토토사이트
An official from the Hyundai Capital club said, “I am very satisfied with the renewal of contracts with all of Hyundai Capital’s key players who were subject to free agency.” said.