Mr. Jeon Woo-won (27), the grandson of the late former President Chun Doo-hwan, received a disconnection notice from his father, Mr. Jeon Jae-kook (64).
On the 19th episode of KBS1TV’s current affairs program “The President and I, Jeon Woo-won and Jeon Doo-hwan’s Black Money,” the contents of a cell phone text message that Jeon Woo-won received from his father, Jae Jae-kook, were revealed.
“You are no longer my nephew or anything else, so don’t visit or call me, stop taking your medication and live your life normally,” the text message read.
The content of the text message that Mr. Jeon Woo-won received from Mr. Jae Jae-guk. /Photo=KBS broadcast capture
The broadcast also featured testimony that Jae Kook asked an acquaintance to cash in a 20 billion won bearer bond, and that it took three to four months to do so.
“In the past, my father-in-law asked my father-in-law to keep a certain box,” said Choi Mo, the mother of Jeon Woo-won. “My husband (Jae Yong) said, ‘When I opened (the box), I saw that it was filled with keys to safe deposit boxes, and each one of them was filled with bonds.'”
Meanwhile, Mr. Jae-guk was reportedly ordered by the court to suspend his duties as CEO of Bookplus, a book distributor he actually owns스포츠토토.
On the 19th, the Uijeongbu District Court’s Goyangji-won 11th Civil Division (Chief Judge Kim Do-yo) granted a motion for a “provisional order to suspend the CEO and appoint an acting CEO” filed by Mr. A, the largest shareholder of Bookplus, against the debtors, Mr. Jae-guk Lee and Mr. Kim Mo, for “suspicion of embezzlement,” among other things.
Currently, Mr. Jae-guk Jae is accused of embezzlement for personal use of corporate cards, opaque financial transactions with the affiliated company ‘Care Plus’, and opaque financial transactions of Bookplus with Mr. Kim, who served as the CEO in 2018-2019.