The Korean men’s volleyball league will suspend all games for two weeks after a Uijeongbu KB Insurance Stars player tested positive for the coronavirus.
The Korea Volleyball Association indefinitely banned twins Lee Jae-young and Lee Da-young, star players of the Heungkuk Life Insurance Pink Spiders, from the national volleyball team. "It is with a heavy sense of responsibility that we made the...
JANG JOO-YOUNG“Justice delayed is justice denied” is a maxim often used to criticize a long and tiring legal process. William Gladstone, the 19th-century British prime minister, is often attributed with having first used the...
The twin volleyball players at the center of a school bullying scandal will not be allowed to become coaches after they retire from the sport, the Korea Volleyball Association said Tuesday.
Korean volleyball twin star players Lee Jae-young and Lee Da-young from Heungkuk Life Insurance Pink Spiders have apologized for bullying a middle school teammate in a written apology on Instagram.
Korea’s professional female volleyball player who was hospitalized is now recovering, according to the team official.
After completely turning away from volleyball for a year and a half, Kim Yo-han returned to the Korea Volleyball Federation as a commentator.
Volleyball teams for KB Insurance and Samsung Fire Insurance play a game without fans in the stands in Jecheon Gymnasium in North Chungcheong on Monday, with a spike in new coronavirus cases prompting tighter social distancing standards.
Korean Air Jumbos head coach Roberto Santilli, center, watches his players during an open training session at the Korean Air Singal Training Institute in Yongin, Gyeonggi on Monday.
Korean volleyball great Kim Yeon-koung is coming home. Kim has rejoined her former Korean club Heungkuk Life Pink Spiders, the V-League team announced Saturday. She has signed a one-year deal for a salary of 350 million won ($290,000).