Taekwondo has generated the most corruption complaints among South Korean sports, a local lawmaker said Wednesday.
According to Rep. Kwak Sang-do of the Liberty Korea Party, 742 corruption cases were reported to the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism’s center for sports corruption between 2014 and August 2017. The ministry’s data showed the center completed investigations into 559 cases and 122 of them were transferred to law enforcement authorities or processed with disciplinary actions.
The most complaints were reported in taekwondo with 106 cases, followed by baseball with 71, and football with 63.
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