Chun Doo-hwan’s ex-daughter-in-law “a bunch of bug-infested money”… shock revelation

It was revealed that former President Chun Doo-hwan’s home in Yeonhui-dong had accumulated a huge amount of cash.

KBS 1TV’s ‘Direct Hit’ Park Byeong- gil appeared on KBS 1TV’s ‘The Live’, which aired on the 17th, and after long persuasion, Jeon Woo-won, the second wife of the former president Jeon Jae-yong and the grandson who apologized for the May 18 Democratization Movement on behalf of his family . “I succeeded in hearing the testimony of Mr. Choi,” the biological mother of Mr.

PD Park has been tracking former President Chun Doo-hwan’s slush funds. In an interview with Choi, PD Park said, “There was a bunch of old 10,000 won banknotes that I don’t know where they came from at my father-in-law’s house in Yeonhui-dong. Since we couldn’t just use the old bills, the daughters-in-law gathered and mixed them with new 10,000 won bills and repackaged them토토사이트.” introduced that it came out.

He said, “Mr. Choi vividly told me about his experience, ‘I’m afraid of bugs, but I had to force myself to do it.'”

On the 19th broadcast, he added, “I will tell you something important about how you hid (the slush fund) and why the prosecution could not find it.”

It is estimated that around 1994, the time when the ‘new bundle of money’ mentioned by Mr. Choi took place. The 10,000-won bill, which first appeared in 1983, was added with an anti-counterfeiting hologram in 1994.

Choi’s ex-husband Jeon Jae-yong has been in a common-law marriage with his current wife, actress Park Sang-ah, since the late 1990s. In 2007, Jeon Jae-yong gave birth to a daughter with Park Sang-ah, and Choi was also divorced from Jeon Jae-yong around that time, so the prevailing opinion is that it was after 1994.

Jeon Woo-won also claimed that there was a pile of cash bundles in the former president’s home in Yeonhui-dong.

On the afternoon of the 17th, at the eve of the 43rd anniversary of the May 18 Democratization Movement held in Geumnam-ro, Dong-gu, Gwangju, Jeon Woo-won, the grandson of former President Chun Doo-hwan, is watching the event. /Photo = Yonhap News

Jeon Woo-won continued to make remarks such as “The wall of my grandfather’s house was full of money bags”, “My grandfather’s study was always full of cash”, and “There was a door to the basement under my grandmother’s closet.”

On the 18th, on KBS Radio’s ‘Choi Kyung-young’s Strongest Current Affairs’, Jeon Woo-won said, “As far as I know, the slush fund problem is very big,” and said, “The slush fund problem is not as prominent as possible. If I don’t want to, it’s because I want people to forget about this as much as possible and remember it just enough to be able to pass on, ‘I guess that happened’ even if they do remember.”

On the other hand, it is pointed out that it is not easy to identify the slush fund created by the former president, and it is known that it is managed as borrowed-name property not only of immediate family members but also of close aides, and there is no proper way to collect it. The execution of unpaid surcharge is supposed to stop when the party dies, and it cannot be collected from the inherited property.

In June 2020, even in the case of the death of an unpaid person, the ‘Amendment to the Criminal Procedure Act’ that can collect the inherited property, and the case where a person other than the criminal acquired illegal property knowing the circumstances and acquired it at a remarkably low price allows confiscation The so-called ‘Chun Doo-hwan 3 Acts on Collection of Chun Doo-hwan’ were proposed, such as the ‘Special Act on Confiscation of Public Official Crimes’ and the ‘Amendment to the Criminal Law’ that expands the subject of confiscation to money, criminal proceeds, and other property without limiting the subject of confiscation.

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