Former Lotte Giants coach Heo Moon-hoe, who took legal action against malicious commenters, announced on his social media on the 4th that he donated the settlement money to the underprivileged. 

Former director Heo Moon-hoe said, “I donated the settlement money I received from the haters to the underprivileged. I sued the haters, not the fans. Please stop calling the fans haters. Haters are not fans.” 

He also said, “The lawsuit is still in progress, so I will continue to donate the amount received from the settlement, excluding attorney fees,” and added, “It’s okay for people to criticize me. I filed a complaint to catch indiscriminate comments, so there is no need to sue me now. Please refrain from insulting my family.” “I will accept all criticism. Lastly, I am very grateful to all those who support me.” 토토사이트

Meanwhile, former coach Heo Moon-hoe, who debuted as a professional in 1994 after graduating from Busan Technical High School and Kyungsung University, played for LG, Lotte, etc., batting average of .269 li (274 hits in 1,018 at-bats) in 523 games, 20 home runs, 129 RBI, 87 runs, and 9 stolen bases. recorded. 

After his retirement from active duty, he has worked as a hitting coach at LG, Sangmu, Nexen, and Kiwoom, and has been the head coach of Lotte since October 2019, but resigned from the command tower in May 2021 due to poor performance.