Soccer player Son Jun-ho (32), who was detained in China and released after 10 months, returns to the domestic stage through the K5 League, an amateur competition.

According to News 1 on the 22nd, on this day, Geonyung FC of the K5 League completed the player registration process for Son Jun-ho. With this, Son Jun-ho is able to hit the ground running for the first time in about 11 months.

Son Jun-ho, who played in the Chinese league, was criminally detained locally in May last year. He returned to Korea on the 25th of last month after being investigated by the Chinese authorities for about 10 months. It is not specifically known why the Chinese authorities detained Son Jun-ho or what decision they made to release him.

According to the Korea Football Association (KFA) regulations, anyone who is serving a sentence of imprisonment or heavier punishment or is on probation cannot register as a player. However, there is no mention in the relevant regulations of cases that occurred outside the jurisdiction of the Republic of Korea, such as Son Jun-ho.

KFA decided not to reveal how it evaluated Son Jun-ho’s case and how it decided to accept the player’s registration. As KFA approved Son Jun-ho’s return to Korea, it appears that there will be no obstacles to his activities in Korea in the future.

It is known that a number of K-League teams, including Jeonbuk Hyundai, are also showing interest in Son Jun-ho, a former national team player. Son Jun-ho is expected to recover his performance first in his lower league and then return to the domestic professional stage.

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