‘Jeonbuk Fine Bomb’ Hong Jeong-ho 5 million won, Kim Moon-hwan 3 million won, club 7 million won
Jeonbuk Hyundai players and clubs were disciplined.
On the 8th, the Korea Professional Football Federation held the 2nd Reward and Punishment Committee and decided to punish Hong Jeong-ho, Kim Moon-hwan and the Jeonbuk club. Hong Jeong-ho was fined 5 million won and Kim Mun-hwan was fined 3 million won. A penalty of 7 million won was imposed on the Jeonbuk club.
On the 29th of last month, the Jeonbuk-Gangwon FC match was held at the Jeonju World Cup Stadium. Jeonbuk conceded a goal in extra time in the second half when the match was 0-0. Gangwon striker Yang Hyeon-joon beat Jeonbuk defender Kim Gun-woong in a physical fight and chipped in to score the winning goal.
Immediately after conceding a goal, Jeonbuk players lost their temper. Captain Hong Jeong-ho was the start. He ran to the referee and protested vehemently. Hong Jeong-ho, who had received a warning earlier, received another warning and was sent off. Kim Moon-hwan, who was next to him, was also kicked out directly for violent behavior. 스포츠토토
When the final whistle blew, a Jeonbuk spectator stormed the ground. He was dissatisfied with the decision and rushed to the referee. Fortunately, Choi Chul-soon stopped the spectators, and no unpleasant incident occurred between the referee and the spectators. The Jeonbuk club was punished with a penalty of 7 million won for failing to stop the intrusion of spectators.