Hwang Eui-jo, 31, has returned to his original club, Nottingham Forest, following a controversy over his personal life.
Nottingham Forest’s social media accounts showed a video of Hwang Ui-jo training with the club on Wednesday. Hwang, who recently came under fire for his personal life, appeared to be in good spirits.
After joining Nottingham Forest from Bordeaux in France last summer, Hwang was immediately sent on loan to Olympiakos in Greece. After failing to get much playing time at Olympiakos, he was loaned to FC Seoul for six months to regain his form. He returned to form in June with a goal in a friendly match for the South Korean national team. 메이저토토사이트
The local media also took notice of Hwang’s first training session. ‘Nottingham Forest News’ reported on the 13th, “Forgotten striker Hwang Ui-jo has returned to Nottingham training after a year out. He joined Nottingham for £4 million last summer, but spent time on loan at Olympiacos and FC Seoul. “He’s back on the pitch in a new shirt, and he’ll have a chance to shine in the pre-season games.
Recently, Hwang has been embroiled in a personal life controversy. Last month, Ms. A, who claims to be Hwang’s ex-girlfriend, posted photos and videos of Hwang’s private life on her social media accounts. Ms. A claimed that there were multiple victims, including celebrities, besides her.
In response, Hwang Ui-jo released a statement on the 29th, saying, “The person who made the post is a criminal who defamed me with falsehoods and took the opportunity to threaten me for possessing private videos through illegal channels.” Hwang has since sued A and is fighting the case in court.