Another school violence (school violence) controversy broke out in professional baseball. While suspicions were raised that the son of a professional baseball team leader was the perpetrator, the club made an official position that it would wait for the results of the investigation.
On the 18th, KBS reported that a school violence incident occurred in a high school baseball club in Seoul, and that the son of an incumbent professional baseball team leader was among those named as perpetrators.
According to the media, Group A, a student player in the school’s baseball team, was constantly bullied by three of his teammates and students in the same grade. The school confirmed the facts through its own investigation, and since Group A strongly wants punishment, it seems that the school violence committee will be held at the local education office soon.
Regarding this, the club to which the general manager belonged said that day, “The difference between the position of the alleged victim and the accused assailant is large.” “The school’s own investigation committee will be held soon.안전놀이터
He continued, “If the results come out to be in line with the reports, the club will of course accept them. The head coach is even prepared to take off his children’s clothes (baseball uniforms) if it turns out to be true.”
In professional baseball, those whose history of school violence was revealed in the past are punished and are still ignored by fans. Kiwoom Heroes An Woo-jin won two league crowns last year, but failed to compete in the 2023 World Baseball Classic (WBC) and will not be able to compete in the Hangzhou Asian Games in September.
Doosan Bears Kim Yoo-seong was found to have been a perpetrator of school violence in middle school, and his nomination was withdrawn from the NC Dinos, and he joined Doosan only two years later this year. He achieved his professional debut dream by receiving forgiveness from his recent victim.
Doosan’s Lee Young-ha was also recently sentenced to two years in prison for school violence during high school and is awaiting a final trial.