It’s official: ‘Abuse controversy’ Lee Da-young continues her life abroad in France
Lee Da-young (26), who left the domestic volleyball scene due to the ‘bullying controversy’, will continue her career in the French league Bolero Le Canet.
The Bolero team announced on Tuesday (June 10), “We have signed 179-centimeter setter Lee Da-young. Her experience will be a great addition to the team,” the team announced.
Lee lost her place in the V-League due to the ‘bullying controversy’. In February 2021, she was accused of perpetrating school violence along with her sister Lee Jae-young.
Their then-team, Heungkuk Life, handed them an “indefinite suspension,” and Heungkuk Life, burdened by negative publicity, refused to register the twins for the 2021-2022 season.메이저사이트
The twins turned their attention to overseas, playing for PAOK in the Greek A1 League in the 2021-2022 season. After the season, Lee Jae-young returned to Korea due to injury, but Lee Da-young continued her career in the Romanian professional volleyball league Rapid Bucharest for the 2022-2023 season.
After struggling with injuries last season, Lee will move to Bollero, France, where she will compete for the starting setter position with 2004-born Victoria Kovsar (Russia).