Seok Hyun-joon, you paid for a permanent residence in Hungary? Prepare to file a criminal complaint with the Military Manpower Administration.
It has been alleged that soccer player Seok Hyun-joon (Trua), who is suspected of dodging military service, is seeking permanent residency in Hungary.
According to an exclusive report by “Sportal Korea” on the 21st, Seok Hyun-joon paid for his Hungarian permanent residency when he played for a loan in Debrecen, Hungary, in the summer of 2018.
Citing a soccer official who said, “I know Seok Hyun-joon has immigrated,” the media analyzed that he may have acquired Hungarian permanent residency in the form of investment immigration. In Hungary, investment immigration is possible by purchasing government bonds for 300,000 euros (about 400 million won) 파워볼사이트
The media reported that to confirm this, they contacted the Trua club where Seok Hyun-joon is playing and the player’s father, but all avoided interviews.
Currently, Seok Hyun-joon is on the list of 256 dodgers of military service in 2019 released by the Military Manpower Administration. The reason for dodging military service is illegal stay abroad.
If Seok Hyun-jun really has a Hungarian green card, the fact that he violated the military service law does not change. Permanent residence holders will be eligible for permission to travel abroad, but Seok Hyun-joon has not lived in Hungary for more than three years, so he is not included in this. The Military Manpower Administration reportedly decided to file criminal charges against Seok.
Seok Hyun-jun, who began his professional career in Ajax, the Netherlands in 2009, has since gone through various countries such as Saudi Arabia (Al Ahli), Portugal (Vitoria, FC Portu), Turkey (Trabzonspor), and Hungary. He has been playing for Troy since last year after playing for French club Stade de Reims. He also scored five goals in 15 games for the Korean national soccer team.