Police require Hwang Ui-jo to attend by the 5th. On the 8th, his brother-in-law’s trial is scheduled!

The Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency asked Hwang Ui-jo to attend the event by May 5. “We have sent the second request form because we did not attend the first request date,” a police source said. “We asked him to come out by May 5, but we haven’t heard from him yet.”

“We can ask for attendance and the lawyer can ask us to change it if that day doesn’t work, but there’s nothing like that yet,” he said. The police will ask Hwang Ui-jo to attend again if he doesn’t attend again this time. 메이저 토토사이트

Hwang Ui-jo said he was asked to attend by the police until the 27th, but he said it would be difficult to attend due to various reasons, including the club’s circumstances. In addition, the first trial of his brother-in-law, who is accused of spreading and threatening Hwang Ui-jo’s illegal filming, will be held on the 8th.

The Seoul Central District Court’s Criminal Chamber 31 (Chief Judge Lee Jung-min) is scheduled to hold the first trial of A, who was indicted on charges of violating the Act on Aggravated Punishment of Specific Crimes (Revenge Threats, etc.).

Meanwhile, Hwang started the match against Southampton in the 26th round of the 2023-2024 English Championship (second division) at Caro Road in Norwich, England. Norwich drew 1-1, and Hwang Ui-jo spent 66 minutes on the ground but failed to score an attacking point.

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