Reporter Jeon Jae-hoon = The prosecution called and investigated Jae-seong Cho, a member of the men’s professional volleyball team of OK Financial Group, who is suspected of evading military service by diagnosing epilepsy (epilepsy) with the help of a broker.

According to an OK Financial Group official on the 4th, Mr. Cho was investigated by the Seoul Southern District Prosecutor’s Office from 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm on the same day.

Cho, who is suspected of violating the Military Service Act, was originally known to appear at the prosecution tomorrow (the 5th), but he was investigated earlier that day. 토토사이트

The prosecution launched an investigation after believing that Mr. Cho, who had been judged for active duty in the military service physical examination, had a re-examination through a broker and was judged to be a level 4 social worker in February of last year.

It is known that the prosecution believes that several professional sports players other than Cho escaped enlistment through the same broker.

An official from the prosecution said, “We are investigating several people who have escaped military service, but it is difficult to specify the occupation or event.”

Previously, when the prosecution’s investigation into his evasion of military service began in earnest, Cho admitted through his social network service (SNS) that he was involved in military service corruption.

Cho Jae-seong, who has been postponing enlistment due to poor family circumstances, said, “I searched the portal site for postponement of enlistment. In the process, I found an expert certified by the portal site.” It’s done,” he said.

The OK Financial Group club excluded Mr. Cho from all training and games. Mr. Cho is in a state where he has taken out his luggage at the dorm. The Korean Volleyball Federation (KOVO) plans to exclude Mr. Cho from the All-Star Game to be held on the 29th.

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