Korean professional baseball player NC Dinos, who was found to be infected with the new coronavirus after calling multiple women to a hotel in Seoul on an expedition and drinking alcohol together, was surveyed by epidemic prevention authorities. It turned out that he was giving a false explanation. The Gangnam-gu Office in Seoul has asked the police to investigate a total of five people, including Park Suk-min, Lee Myung-ki, and Kwon Hid-dong, who belong to NC Dinos, and two women, on suspicion of false statements. An official of the Gangnam Ward Office said on the 14th, “Five of the six people who were at the liquor table at that time were accused of violating the epidemic prevention law to the police regarding the outbreak of NC Dynos.” He was infected with the new corona and made a false statement in a survey of his behavior history. ” At a hotel in Gangnam, Seoul, where the NC team stayed on the expedition on the 5th to 7th of this month, an infected person with the new corona occurred on the 8th. Infection turned out. In addition, two people were found infected in the Doosan Bears team, which played against NC on the 6th-7th. On the 14th, NC team officials were newly determined to be infected. Behind the outbreak was inappropriate drinking by NC teams and outside women. Four NC players called two outside women to the A hotel in Gangnam-gu, where they were staying, and were drinking alcohol in their room. Park Suk-min explained in a document on the 14th that he was a “fan” of the women. On this day, just before the Gangnam-gu office filed a complaint, NC announced an official apology in the name of the representative director. “The players had a private meeting with an outsider at the hotel they were on the road to, and they are keenly aware of their sloppy management,” the team said in a statement. However, criticisms erupted about NC’s apology on that day, saying, “I think I’m earning time by admitting only the part reported in the media.” The details of who and how he drank were not written in the apology. Meanwhile, the Korea Baseball Organization (KBO) held an emergency board meeting on the 12th and decided to suspend the league and postpone 30 games until the 18th of this month.