Korea Sports Association, former 2nd Deputy Secretary General Yoon Seong-wook as new secretary general… Conflict in the U-Contest is also in the process of being sutured

 The Korean Sports Association appointed Yoon Seong-wook (58), former second-in-command of the Office for Government Policy Coordination, as the new secretary general who will be in charge of the group’s housekeeping.

The Sports Association held the 21st board of directors meeting at the Olympic Parktel in Songpa-gu, Seoul on the 4th and decided on the appointment of the secretary general, the appointment of directors, and the approval of joining the Korea Surfing Association as a recognized organization.

After graduating from Gyeonggi High School and the Department of Business Administration at Yonsei University, Secretary-General Yoon passed the public administration exam in 1991 and entered public service.

Former Secretary General Park Chun-seop recently moved to the Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of Korea.

The Board of Directors of the Sports Association also appointed additional vice presidents and directors who had been vacant in the second half of the term of the Sports Association Chairman Lee Ki-heung. Kang Shin-seong, former chairman of the Korea Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation, Kim Oh-young, president of the Gyeongsangnam-do Sports Council, and Cho Hyun-jae, chairman of the National Sports Promotion Corporation, were named vice presidents.

A total of five new directors were also elected. Lee Jeong-gwan, executive vice president of the Korea Modern Pentathlon Federation, Lee Hyuk-ryeol, president of the Korea Biathlon Federation, Kim In-ho, president of the Korea Ski Association, Park Hyun, vice president of the Korea Handball Association, and Lee Kyu-saeng, the Incheon Metropolitan City Sports Council, became new directors.

Prior to the resolution of the board of directors, the Sports Association appointed former head of the Office of Government Policy Coordination, Yoon-cheol Koo, as a special assistant to the president, and established four new members: International Olympic Committee (IOC) member Seung-min Yoo, Vice President Ok-ja Baek of the Korea Athletics Federation, Won-seong Lee, president of the Gyeonggi Provincial Sports Council, and Ki-seon Kwon, president of the Korean Association of Engineering Engineers. He was appointed as the co-chair of the Policy Implementation Advisory Committee.

In addition, the board of directors handled the agenda of newly joining the Korea Surfing Association as an organization recognized by the Sports Association. We also agreed that member sports organizations need the consent of the local sports association when hosting national events, and decided to prepare related procedures for this.메이저사이트

It was also announced that the conflict with the organizing committee of the 2027 Chungcheong Summer World University Games (U Games), which resulted in non-compliance with regulations and controversy over political favors, was also in the process of being resolved.

The Sports Association and the International University Sports Federation (FISU) raised their voices of criticism over the launch of the Chungcheong U Games Organizing Committee at the end of March, saying, “The organization of the organizing committee that was launched without abiding by the agreements signed with the government, the Sports Association, and FISU is fundamentally invalid.” said that it has entered the stage of seeking a new way out through dialogue with the heads of local governments in four regions, including Daejeon, Sejong, and North Chungcheong Province.