Hwang Ui-jo’s ‘illegal filming controversy’ is investigated privately → Additional charges of ‘second assault’ are added…Players’ lives are also in crisis “excluding the national team + termination of the lease contract.”

Hwang Ui-jo, who is suspected of filming illegal videos, was reportedly booked on the 15th on charges of violating the Violence Punishment Act, adding to the issue of the second assault on the victim. 사설 토토사이트

In November last year, Hwang Ui-jo claimed that he agreed on the suspicion of illegal filming. He also disclosed the victim’s job and marriage, sparking controversy over the second assault.

According to the police, there is a regulation that punishes disclosure of personal information under the Violence Punishment Act. Hwang Ui-jo was questioned behind closed doors on the 12th. The police plan to conduct another closed-door investigation if necessary.

The incident began in June when A, who introduced himself as Hwang Ui-jo’s ex-lover, released a video of Hwang Ui-jo and the victim’s sexual relationship with the victim. Since then, Hwang Ui-jo claimed that he was also a threatened victim, saying that the video was leaked through a lost cell phone in Greece.

However, the repercussions grew as Hwang Ui-jo was investigated by the police as a suspect in illegal sex shooting. On top of that, A, who revealed his private life, was found to be his own brother who supported Hwang Ui-jo for a long time, adding to the shock.

The police, who are investigating, asked Hwang Ui-jo to attend, but he was questioned behind closed doors on the 12th after not attending due to club circumstances.

He finished his loan spell at Norwich City earlier than expected. “Striker Hwang Ui-jo will return to his former club Nottingham Forest. He has been on loan at Norwich for the past five months,” Norwich announced on the 9th.

He added, “South Korea’s national striker Hwang Ui-jo joined Josh Sargent on loan at the end of the summer transfer market to fill the injury gap. He has three goals and one assist in 18 games while playing for Carrow Road. Everyone at the club thanked him for his hard work and dedication over the past few months, and wished him all the best for the future.”

Nottingham also announced the return of Hwang Ui-jo. Nottingham explained, “Alex Mateon and Hwang Ui-jo have returned from loan spells. Hwang joined Norwich in September last year and has scored three goals in 18 appearances.”

Hwang Ui-jo wore a Premier League Nottingham uniform in the 2022-2023 season. He immediately left for Olympiacos, Greece, where the same owner is located, but he terminated it early, and spent six months on loan from the beginning of last year in K League 1 FC Seoul.

Hwang returned to Nottingham ahead of this season and played in pre-season friendly matches. However, there was no room for Hwang to play in Nottingham again this time. Finally, Hwang decided to lease Norwich in the English second division with the opening of the season just around the corner.

He originally signed a one-year loan agreement. Hwang was planning to play for Norwich until the end of the 2023-2024 season. He displayed impressive performance. In the early days of the transfer, he did not receive many opportunities as a substitute, but gradually jumped to the starting lineup and scored a goal.

However, Hwang suddenly terminated his loan contract with Norwich and returned to his original team six months after the move. His career in Norwich ended much faster than expected.

Norwich have not revealed the exact reason for the lease termination. Currently, Norwich are struggling to survive by ranking 15th in the league, so they cannot afford to let go of Hwang Ui-jo, who used to be their main player.

The biggest reason is his injury. Hwang scored a splendid goal in the 12th minute of the first half against Watford in late November last year, but was replaced soon after the goal due to sore hamstring. He sat out for nearly a month, and returned to the mound through the match against Huddersfield on Feb. 24.

Hwang played three more games after that, and was selected as the starting pitcher for the second consecutive game. However, he was again hampered by a hamstring injury. According to the British newspaper The Pink Un, Hwang has a hamstring problem during training and needs to recover for about six weeks. Norwich manager David Wagner also explained that Hwang felt something wrong with his hamstring after the match against Bristol Rovers in the third round of the FA Cup on the 7th.

Then, Norwich chose to break up with Hwang. It seems that the decision was made because the winter transfer window was just in time and key striker Sargent returned from injury. They decided that it would be better to form a new team centering on Sargent rather than waiting until Hwang fully recovers.

Ultimately, Hwang ended his loan spell early following last season. The news is all the more shocking because Wagner has been keeping faith despite controversies over his personal life.

If this continues, the team could lose the entire rest of the season. Currently, it is difficult for Hwang to secure a place to play at Nottingham and find a new loan transfer as he is injured.

This is a negative factor that Hwang Ui-jo has faced since he was excluded from the Korean national soccer team. Due to the Korea Football Association’s decision in November last year, he was banned from selecting the national team until he was completely cleared of charges of illegal filming.

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