Doosan Kim Jae-ho Signs a Contract with an Annual Salary

Doosan Kim Jae-ho Signs a Contract with an Annual Salary of 300 Million Won… Joined Japan Futures Camp on the 12th

Veteran professional baseball infielder Kim Jae-ho (38) has completed salary negotiations for 2024 with the Doosan Bears.

Doosan announced on the 9th, “We have completed contracts with all 61 people eligible for annual salary renewal in 2024.”

The last salaried contractor was Kim Jae-ho.

Kim Jae-ho signed for 300 million won offered by the club. 카지노

Kim Jae-ho, who joined Doosan as a first-round pick in 2004, qualified as his first free agent (FA) in December 2016 and signed a four-year contract worth 5 billion won with Doosan.

In January 2021, he signed a second free agent contract with Doosan.

The contract terms at the time were three years and a total of 2.5 billion won.

Kim Jae-ho, who received an annual salary of 500 million won last year, signed the 200 million won reduction, and on the 12th, he left for Miyakojima, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan, the training site for the Futures (2nd team) team, to prepare for the 2024 season in earnest.

Kim Myung-shin, who contributed the most on the Doosan mound in 2023, signed a contract for 225 million won, up 80 million won from 145 million won.

This is the highest raise in the team excluding free agents (FA).

Myung-shin Kim had 3 wins, 3 losses, 1 save, an ERA of 3.65, and 24 holds in 70 games last year.

Starting agent Kwak Bin was contracted for 210 million won, an increase of 70 million won, and key bullpen player Jeong Cheol-won was contracted for 165 million won, an increase of 65 million won.

Kim Dong-ju signed a contract for 55 million won, an increase of 24 million won, recording the highest increase rate (77.4%) in the team.

Kim Seo-young, World Aquatics Women’s 200m

Kim Seo-young, World Aquatics Women’s 200m Individual Medley Runner-Up

Kim Seo-young passed the World Aquatics Women’s 200m Individual Medley semifinal preliminaries, finishing 10th out of 25 people with a time of 2 minutes 13.85 seconds.

Korean women’s swimming star Kim Seo-young (29, Gyeongbuk Provincial Office) made a strong start toward advancing to the finals of the 200m individual medley world championships for the fourth time in her career. 바카라사이트

In the women’s 200m individual medley preliminaries at the 2024 International Swimming Federation World Championships held at the Earthfire Dome in Doha, Qatar on the 11th, Seoyoung Kim touched down with her time of 2 minutes, 13.85 seconds.

Among the 25 people who participated in the preliminary round, Kim Seo-young, who participated in the last 3 groups, ranked 10th and earned a ticket to the semifinals, which was given to a total of 16 people.

Kim Seo-young, who was the first Korean athlete to compete in the business management event at the Doha Games that started on this day, passed the preliminaries with ease and showed herself as the eldest member of the business team.

The semifinals of the women’s 200m individual medley will be held at 1 a.m. on the 12th, Korean time.

Seoyoung Kim advanced to the finals of the World Championships in this event three times in a row, from the 2017 Budapest Games to the 2019 Gwangju Games and the 2022 Budapest Games, and ranked 6th.

Last year she competed in Fukuoka, where she passed the preliminaries in 2:11.50 and placed 14th, but she only placed 13th in the semifinals, where she failed to advance to the finals.

She later competed, and in the women’s 200m individual medley at the Hangzhou Asian Games, she won a bronze medal with a respectable time of 2 minutes, 10.36 seconds, heralding her comeback.

Kate Douglas (USA) took first place overall with an overwhelming record of 2 minutes 10.01 seconds, while Sydney Pickrem (Canada, 2 minutes 10.97 seconds) and Marit Steenbergen (Netherlands, 2 minutes 11.45 seconds) took second place. Finished the race in 3rd place.

Douglas, a gold medalist in the women’s 200m individual medley at the 2023 Fukuoka Games, will attempt to win her second consecutive title.

10 Billion Won for Coach Jurgen Klinsmann’s Dismissal

10 Billion Won for Klinsmann’s Dismissal… Chung Mong-gyu “Concerned About Financial Contribution”

As national soccer team coach Jurgen Klinsmann (Germany) was suddenly dismissed on the 16th,

attention is focused on how much money should be paid to him following the termination of his contract.

Coach Klinsmann’s contract period is until the North and Central American World Cup finals scheduled for June to July 2026,

and it is reported that a clause was entered into the contract requiring the remaining salary to be paid in the event of dismissal. 바카라사이트

Coach Klinsmann’s annual salary, as reported by overseas media,

is around 2.9 billion won, and the amount that the Football Association must pay is calculated to be close to 7 billion won.

It is estimated that the Football Association will have to pay about 10 billion won,

including the money that needs to be paid to the coaches.

Chung Mong-gyu, president of the Korea Football Association,

announced the dismissal of coach Klinsmann in front of reporters and explained,

“I will need to discuss matters related to the termination of the coach with a lawyer,”

“I will consider what financial contribution I can make as president.”

There is also strong public opinion that Chairman Chung, the head of the association,

should risk his future and take responsibility.

When asked, ‘How will you take responsibility for this situation?’

Chairman Chung said, “I think the overall responsibility lies with the association and me,” but added,

“I will evaluate the cause in more detail and come up with countermeasures.”

I only expressed my opinion.

Chairman Chung said, ‘Do you have any intention of resigning?

When asked, “Are you planning to run for a fourth term in next year’s presidential election?” he responded,

“At the 2018 General Assembly of the Football Association, we changed the articles of incorporation to limit the president’s term to three consecutive terms,

but the Korea Sports Council and the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism at the time did not approve this provision.

“I didn’t.

I’ll replace my answer with that,” he said.

Professional Billiards PBA Participates in SPOX

Professional Billiards PBA Participates in SPOEX, Korea’s Largest Sports and Leisure Industry Exhibition

Professional Billiards PBA is participating in Korea’s largest sports and leisure industry exhibition to promote the excellence of ‘K-Billiard Products’ to the world. 온라인카지노

The Professional Billiards Association (PBA) will participate in the ‘2024 Seoul International Sports and Leisure Industry Exhibition’ (SPOEX), which will be held at COEX in Seoul for four days starting on the 22nd.

SPOX, which has been held since 2001, is Asia’s representative sports exhibition representing the sports and leisure industry.

About 350 domestic and foreign sports companies will participate in this industrial exhibition, jointly hosted by the Korea Sports Promotion Foundation and the Korea International Trade Association and sponsored by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy.

The PBA set up an exhibition hall to promote professional billiards and promote the excellence of globally competitive domestic billiards products and PBA official products.

In the exhibition hall, you can see products from PBA official supply companies Fromm (tables), Cosmos (billiard balls), and Gorina (billiard cloth and cue).

In addition, various events will be held for visitors, including ‘Beat the PBA Players’, which will allow visitors to compete directly with players representing the PBA, such as Jae-ho Cho (NH Nonghyup Card) and Yoo-ram Cha, at the billiards table set up in the PBA exhibition hall.

We also hold a ‘High Run Event’ and an Instagram event where you score the most points at once.

We will give away free tickets to the Crown Haitai PBA-LPBA Championship finals, which will be held until the 3rd of next month, as well as various gifts such as billiards supplies and coffee gifticons.