Samsung Life signed a contract with Kim Han-bi, the only free agent on the team this season.
Samsung Life Insurance, which had announced that it would focus on cracking down on internal free agents rather than recruiting outsiders this year, succeeded in retaining Kim Han-bi, who was an internal free agent, as planned. The contract period is 1 year and the total amount is 50 million won. 토토사이트
Hanbi Kim, who graduated from Samcheonpo Girls’ High School and joined KB in the 6th overall ranking in the 1st round at the 2013 WKBL New Player Selection, transferred to Samsung Life Insurance in 2019. He moved the team as a compensation player for Choi Hee-jin, who obtained FA qualification and transferred to KB.
Kim Han-bi, who played in 40 games for 6 years at KB, played in a total of 54 games in 3 seasons after moving to Sam Life Insurance, recording 2.9 points and 1.6 rebounds.
Kim Han-bi obtained the second FA qualification last year, but stayed with Samsung Life under the same conditions as this year.