South Korean Fisheries Official, Lee Dae-Jun Bio-Wiki, Age, Death, Funeral, Suspect, Family, Relationship with Elizabeth Salmón
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South Korean Fisheries Official, Lee Dae-Jun Bio-Wiki, Age, Death, Funeral, Suspect, Family, Relationship with Elizabeth Salmón

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BIOGRAPHY

A South Korean government employee named Lee Dae-jun, who was killed by North Korean soldiers at the sea border, has asked to meet with , the recently appointed United Nations envoy for North Korea’s human rights. Lee Dae-jun was shot dead by North Korean soldiers near the sea border.

AGE

Lee Dae-jun was 47 years old.

FULL DEATH REPORT

South Jeolla Province’s Mokpo hosted the funeral of Lee Dae-jun, a South Korean fisheries official who was killed by a North Korean soldier’s bullet on Thursday.

A hundred mourners, including members of the victim’s family, Lee’s coworkers, and Minister of Oceans and Fisheries Cho Seung-hwan, expressed their condolences at the funeral. Cho expressed the hope that the victim and his family would find peace following their two-year battle.

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Lee’s brother stated that such a catastrophe must never happen again and begged the nation to restore his late brother’s honour, adding that he would take those responsible for the “crime,” including former President Moon Jae-in, legally accountable.

Following the filing of accusations against Moon, the family intends to hold a public conference the following week.

In September 2020, while on duty in the West Sea close to the maritime border between North and South Korea, Lee went missing. He was later discovered by the North Korean military, who shot him dead in North Korean waters.

Lee reportedly tried to elude capture by the North, according to the previous Moon government. But the Korea Coast Guard then changed its mind, stating in June of this year that there was no evidence to support Lee’s intention to cross the border into the North.

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