The KEPCO volleyball team, with its 78-year history, is embroiled in rumors of a sale. This is because it became known to the National Assembly that the parent company, Korea Electric Power Corporation, included the sale of the volleyball team as a way to rescue itself from financial difficulties.
On the 19th, Kim Dong-cheol, CEO of Korea Electric Power Corporation, appeared at the National Assembly’s Trade, Industry, Energy, Small and Medium Venture Business Committee audit and gave a business report while reporting, “We will mobilize all available means, such as diversifying asset sales and adjusting welfare benefits. “We will reduce the headquarters organization, streamline the organization through regionalization, and redeploy personnel to core businesses,” he said.
The volleyball team was not directly mentioned in President Kim’s work report. However, the material containing the self-rescue plan reportedly suggested selling the volleyball team as one of several options. KEPCO plans to disclose its plan to resolve the financial crisis to shareholders as early as next week.
The likelihood of an actual sale taking place does not seem to be high yet. However,짱구카지노 도메인 just because the sale is mentioned, the impact on the volleyball world is not small. The Korea Electric Power Volleyball Team was founded on November 28, 1945 under the name of Namseong Electric Volleyball Club and has the longest history of 78 years among Korean volleyball teams. The KEPCO volleyball team played its first match against KB Insurance on the 17th in the 2023-24 V League, which opened on the 14th, and lost 2-3. The second match will be played against OK Financial Group on the 20th.