Hwang to miss two June friendlies due to military training

28/5/2022 10:32:00 AM

Hwang to miss two June friendlies due to military training

Hwang to miss two June friendlies due to military training

Wolverhampton Wanderers' Hwang Hee-chan will miss two of South Korea's four pre-World Cup friendly matches in June to allow the winger to complete his basic military training.Hwang is exempt from having to complete the country's compulsory military service after winning the gold medal with South Korea's u

LinkedIn Wolverhampton Wanderers' Hwang Hee-chan will miss two of South Korea's four pre-World Cup friendly matches in June to allow the winger to complete his basic military training.LinkedIn TOKYO :Japan's Toyota Motor Corp on Friday cut its global production plan for June for the second time this week, reducing its planned output by about 50,000 vehicles to 800,000, citing the COVID-19 lockdown in Shanghai.LinkedIn MONACO : Seven times world champion Lewis Hamilton will be able to continue racing with piercings for the next three races after Formula One's governing body extended an exemption on fixed items of jewellery.Daiso's higher prices are here to stay, but it will offer greater product variety Leisure travellers who wish to visit Japan must join guided tours.

Hwang is exempt from having to complete the country's compulsory military service after winning the gold medal with South Korea's under 23 football squad at the Asian Games in Jakarta in 2018.But the 26-year-old is still required to do four weeks basic training and he will report for duty after Paulo Bento's side face Chile on June 6.7 million vehicles worldwide in the current financial year, though there is a"possibility" of a lower estimate.The Koreans, who have qualified for November's World Cup finals in Qatar, are due to play Brazil on June 2 before taking on the Chileans.Hamilton, the sport's most successful driver with 103 wins, has said he cannot remove one of his piercings without assistance.They then play Paraguay on June 10 and face Egypt four days later.The reduced estimate by Toyota - widely viewed as a bellwether for Japan Inc - is the latest evidence of how China's pandemic lockdown has added to uncertainty for automakers and other manufacturers already grappling with a shortage of microchips.Hwang will be replaced in the squad by Ulsan Hyundai striker Um Won-sang.Visitors from countries in the yellow category, such as Egypt and Portugal, are also required to serve quarantine and undergo an on-arrival test if they do not have a valid Covid-19 vaccination certificate.

All male South Koreans between the ages of 18 and 35 must serve in the military for between 18 and 22 months, although exemptions are granted for athletes who have achieved success in international competition.Friday's announcement, therefore, means the company has now cut 150,000 vehicles from its June estimates."I’ve said everything I feel I need to say.Source: Reuters.

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