For the second consecutive game, KB Insurance head coach Hoo In-jung reddened his face.

Hoo protested against the referees in the home match against OK Financial Group at Uijeongbu Gymnasium in Gyeonggi Province on Sept. 24.

In the fifth set, 9-12, the original call for an overnet against OK Financial Group setter Kwak Myung-woo was overturned through video review.

Hoo immediately protested, saying, “What nonsense are you talking about?” and “I was hit (by the ball) while my hand was over the net.”

It was even more frustrating for Hoo as KB Insurance setter Hwang Seung-bin’s toss at 6-7 was later ruled an overnet after OK Financial Group requested a video replay.

In the end, KB Insurance was unable to turn the tide and lost the match 2-3 (25-19 23-25 25-17 20-25 11-15).

It was three days after Liu Hongmin’s hit was overturned as an attacker’s touchout against Woori Card on April 21.

At that time, Woori Card requested a video review of Liu Hongmin’s hit in the second set 15-17, which resulted in an attacker’s touchout.

“I protested because it was considered an overnet against Hwang Seung-bin and not an overnet against OK Financial Group,” Hu told reporters after the match.

“I know the referee and the supervisor are working hard (on the call), but it’s good if they tell us exactly how it’s an overnet and how it’s not an overnet, but when they say ‘I’m not sure’ and then say it’s not an overnet, I don’t understand,” Hoo said.

“If you’re not sure, you should have called it ‘unreadable’ and given it to us as a point,” he said.

Regarding the situation against Woori Card, he said, “It was frustrating because I asked the referee (at the time), ‘Did the ball go out after hitting Liu Hongmin’s hand,’ but he dismissed it by saying, ‘I’m not sure,'” and emphasized, “If you wait, you should say no.”

An official from the Korea Volleyball Organization (KOVO) said, “We will do a post-match review tomorrow (Nov. 25),” but explained that it will not change the outcome of the match. 토토사이트