South Korea: the mayor of Seoul, found dead

the mayor of The Ten-million-metropolis of Seoul, Park Won Soon, is was found dead. The police suspect that the 64-year-old head of the South Korean capital of

South Korea: the mayor of Seoul, found dead

the mayor of The Ten-million-metropolis of Seoul, Park Won Soon, is was found dead. The police suspect that the 64-year-old head of the South Korean capital of life have taken, reported the national news Agency Yonhap. The exact cause of death will examined. The search teams discovered the body shortly after midnight on Friday on the mountain, Bugak in Northern Seoul.

The former human rights lawyer, had previously disappeared without a trace, his daughter had reported him on Thursday as missing. The reasons for the Park were to Disappear unknown. In the South Korean media has speculated that this could possibly do with allegations of sexual harassment against the Park. A former employee in the mayor's office reported, according to Yonhap display against Park. You have spoken to the police of deliberate clashes of "physical contact" and "inappropriate" Smartphone news from the mayor, was quoted by an Informant. For the reports there was initially no official confirmation.

dates due to "unavoidable circumstances" canceled

After the missing persons report, the police was looking for with a large contingent to the Park. Also drones and sniffer dogs were according to the Reports, in addition to hundreds of police and rescue forces. Her father had left hours earlier, his apartment and left a message that sounded like "last words", was quoted by the daughter of Parks. The city Council had previously said that the mayor had cancelled his appointments for the day due to "unavoidable circumstances". The Park had issued his Smartphone according to police data. The last Signal from his phone had been located in the vicinity of a temple in the North-Eastern district of Seongbuk.

Updated Date: 09 July 2020, 20:19

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