Asian Games baseball team, gold medal prize total of 200 million won + alpha

The baseball team that won the gold medal at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games and won its fourth consecutive championship will receive generous prize money and benefits.

According to the Korea Baseball Organization (KBO) international competition award regulations, the baseball team receives a total of 200 million won as a gold medal reward. Accordingly, a total of 30 players, including coach Ryu Joong-il, 7 coaches, 24 players, and support staff, are expected to receive millions of won in compensation per person.

He also receives a KBO reward and a separate government reward. The amount is expected to be similar to that of the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Games. At that time, the gold medalist in the team event received 900,000 won, the silver medalist received 525,000 won, and the bronze medalist received 300,000 won.

Daily wages are also paid during the convocation period. Coaches receive 400,000 won per day, and players receive 300,000 won per day. Players called up on the 23rd of last month will each receive 4.8 million won.메이저사이트

Above all, a total of 19 players on the baseball team receive military service benefits. Athletes replace military service as art and sports personnel and only need to undergo four weeks of military training.

Players who do not receive military service benefits receive 10 days of points for participating in the Asian Games and 15 days of free agent (FA) registration days when they win the championship. LG Twins’ closer Ko Woo-seok will be granted a total of 25 free agent registration days. This is approximately 17% of the number of FA registration days (145 days) recognized as one season.

The prize money for the men’s soccer team led by coach Hwang Seon-hong is not yet known. However, it is expected to be similar to the amount paid by the Korea Football Association, 15 million won per player, during the 2018 tournament. There are 20 members of the men’s national soccer team who are eligible for military service benefits, including Lee Kang-in (Paris Saint-Germain).