Original title: The last words of Quan Doo-hwan said that he hoped to be buried at the border between North Korea and South Korea, details of his death revealed
Overseas Network, November 23rd Former South Korean President Chun Doo-hwan passed away on the morning of the 23rd at the age of 90. Min Jeong-ki, the former secretary of the Blue House of South Korea, announced the last words of Chun Doo-hwan, saying that he hoped to be buried in the highlands overlooking North Korea’s border. The details of Huan’s death.
According to Yonhap News Agency, Min Jeong-ki had participated in writing the memoirs of Quan Doo-hwan. He introduced in an interview in front of Quan Doo-hwan’s private house that day that Quan Doo-hwan often said the above wishes before his death, and has left a suicide note in his memoirs to explain the funeral. Whether to bury the frontier highland or not is not something he can decide. Therefore, the ashes will be placed in the home after the remains are cremated, and the burial site will be finally determined.
Min Jung-ki also said that it is expected that it will be difficult to hold a three-day funeral because it will take some time for the sons of Quan Doo-hwan to return to South Korea from the United States. According to Min Jung-ki, Quan Dou-hwan fainted in the bathroom at 8:45 in the morning. At that time, there was only a wife at home, and Quan Dou-hwan died because he was not rescued in time.
Chun Doo-hwan was re-elected as the 11th and 12th presidents of South Korea. In 1996, Quan Dou-hwan was prosecuted for being involved in military rebellion. He was sentenced to death in the first instance and was later commuted to life imprisonment. In December 1997, Chun Doo-hwan received an amnesty from President-elect Kim Dae-jung and was released in early 1998. In July 2013, Quan Dou-hwan was ransacked and repaid the stolen money. (Overseas Network Liu Qiang)
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