The WKBL free agent (FA) market was invigorated. Some teams succeeded in cracking down on rabbits, and some players changed their uniforms after gaining FA status.
The second negotiation period for WKBL FA was until 5:00 pm on the 20th. The hero of the bold transfer was veteran forward Kim Jong-un (36). Kim Jong-un will return to his former team, Bucheon Hana 1Q. Kim Jong-un, who was nominated for Shinsegae, the predecessor of Hana 1 Q, as the first player in the 2006 freshman selection, played for Hana 1 Q until the 2016-2017 season. He wore a Woori Bank uniform through free agent negotiations in 2017, and immediately after the transfer, he experienced a dream championship victory. He was also selected as the MVP of the 2017-2018 season championship match, and this season also enjoyed the joy of the combined championship, recording the highest tie-in score of 18 points in the third match against Busan BNK Some.
Hana 1 Q, which finished at the bottom with 6 wins and 24 losses last season, took an active part in recruiting Kim Jong-un and captured his heart. Experienced Kim Jong-un sets out to rebuild the team with top-class guard Shin Ji-hyun. However, Kim Jong-un is the 2nd free agent target, and his contribution last season was also ranked 17th. The team that recruited players ranked 11th to 20th must hand over 200% of the contract amount to the original team or one compensation player excluding 4 protected players. 메이저사이트
Cheongju Kookmin Bank signed a contract with Kang Iseul and Kim Sodam. Kang I-seul, who obtained FA qualification in 2021, left Hana 1Q and signed a two-year contract with Kookmin Bank. Kang I-seul, who also enjoyed winning the championship after transferring to Kookmin Bank, fought hard as the team’s ace this season in the absence of Park Ji-soo. Kookmin Bank signed a contract with Kang Iseul for 3 years and 350 million won. Park Ji-soo’s backup center Kim So-dam also signed a contract for 3 years and an annual salary of 70 million won.
Hana One Q Kim Ye-jin also wore a Kookmin Bank uniform. This season, she played 28 games and played an average of 24 minutes and 23 seconds per game, showing growth with 4.2 points, 3.8 rebounds and 2.4 assists. Kim Ye-jin signed a contract with Kookmin Bank for 3 years and 80 million won.