Norwich club “Whether it’s a fact of Hwang’s investigation…”I will continue to play for the team for a while”

Norwich City, the current team of national striker Hwang Ui-jo (31), who is accused of illegal filming, is also known to be aware that he has been questioned by police in Korea. Local media said, “The Norwich club is investigating Hwang Ui-jo’s case and said they will continue to play during the loan period.”

The British local media Eastern Daily Press reported on the 22nd (local time) that striker Hwang Ui-jo, who was loaned to Norwich City, was involved in sexual scandal. 온라인카지노

Hwang Ui-jo was recently investigated by police for illegal filming. The Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency said on the 20th, “We believe that Hwang Ui-jo was suspected of illegally filming, and we have converted him into a suspect and are conducting an investigation.”

A woman A, who posted personal information and videos about Hwang Ui-jo on social media in June, was arrested on the 16th. A is accused of sharing photos and videos of Hwang Ui-jo and various women on social media in June, claiming that he was Hwang Ui-jo’s ex-lover. Mr. A was confirmed to be Hwang Ui-jo’s sister-in-law.

Hwang Ui-jo claimed that he received threats to distribute photos after his mobile phone was stolen in November last year, and that all of the contents were false.

However, since then, the controversy has grown as the victim of Hwang Ui-jo’s alleged illegal filming said, “I have never agreed to film.” The victim of illegal filming is directly refuting Hwang Ui-jo’s claim, which he claimed was “an agreed video between lovers” through a law firm.

The “Hwang Eui-jo incident” was also reported in the UK. “Norwich’s football star has been at the center of sex scandals over allegations of secretly filming women and sharing the video,” the Eastern Daily Press reported.

For now, the English second division (Championship) Norwich, where he currently plays, said he would be cautious until Hwang Ui-jo’s allegations are confirmed.

According to the media, a spokesperson for Norwich City said, “Hwang Ui-jo will continue to play for the team while on loan at Norwich,” adding, “The club is also aware of the ongoing investigation.”

Meanwhile, after leaving Girondin Bordeaux (France) to move to Nottingham Forest (England) last year, he played on loan at Olympiacos (Greece) and FC Seoul.

Hwang Ui-jo, who returned to his original team Nottingham this summer, was loaned to England Championship Norwich in September and has one goal in 11 games this season.

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