The memorial altar for Corporal Chae Su-geun, who died during a 토토사이트civilian search operation at Naeseongcheon Stream in Yecheon, North Gyeongsang Province, is set up at the 1st Marine Division to receive condolences.
From 2:00 pm on the 20th, the Marine Corps 1st Division is set up in Kim Dae-shik Hall, Ocheon-eup, Nam-gu, Pohang.
Fellow soldiers laid flowers and held a moment of silence, followed by Governor Lee Chul-woo of Gyeongsangbuk-do Province.
Governor Lee Chul-woo promised Marine Corps Commander Kim Gye-hwan, “Please tell me if you need anything. I will definitely provide support.”
As they entered the incense burner, the corporal’s bereaved family couldn’t move their steps while looking at the corporal’s picture hanging at the entrance.
The bereaved family said, “Why did this happen to my child?”, “What should I do?” He sobbed for a while.
Corporal Chae’s mother said to Commander Kim Gye-hwan, “How can I live after sending my son? How can I live?”
Then, he lamented, “Didn’t he survive even if he was wearing a life jacket?”
Corporal Chae’s parents went up to the incense burner to lay flowers and couldn’t take their eyes off the picture of their son who had left for heaven first.
It is known that Corporal Chae’s condolences will be received until late afternoon on the 21st.
His funeral will be held at the head of the Marine Corps and enshrined at the National Cemetery, and the funeral ceremony will be held at Dosol Hall at 9:00 am on the 22nd.