KBL President Lee Soo-kwang emphasizes ‘fan-first’ values

The new president of the Korean Basketball League (KBL), Lee Soo-kwang (80), who will lead the professional basketball organization for three years, emphasized that he will “make the spirit of ‘Fan First’ the highest value.”

Lee, who was elected as the 11th head of the KBL, said at his inauguration ceremony at the KBL Center in Gangnam-gu, Seoul, on Jan. 1 that he would “strive for the development of professional basketball,” and that he would “further activate the integrated marketing platform and expand contact points with basketball fans using new media.” “We will foster youth basketball and cooperate with school sports to expand the base of basketball,” 파워볼실시간 Lee said, promising to “increase the number of referees and raise their professionalism to improve fairness.”

A former business executive, Lee has served as CEO of Dongbu Fire and Dongbu E&C, and since February, he has been auditor of the Kim Jun-ki Cultural Foundation. The KBL appointed Shin Hae-yong, a former DB Insurance public relations executive, as its new secretary general and Yoo Yoo-hak, a former general manager of the Hyundai Mobis basketball team, as its head of competition.

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