China News Service, November 27th. According to Yonhap News Agency, the funeral ceremony of the late South Korean President Chun Doo-hwan was held in the funeral home of Seoul Severance Hospital on the morning of the 27th. There were only a few people including more than 50 survivors, Quan Doo-hwan’s cronies and others. Attend.

At the ceremony, Jeon Doo Hwan's wife Lee Soon Ja apologized for her deceased husband for his past crimes.

  Li Shunzi said that at the end of the funeral, on behalf of the survivors, I would like to express my deep apologies to those who suffered physical and mental trauma during his tenure.

After my husband stepped down, our family has experienced many things. Whenever we encounter those things, my husband will say that it is all his fault and that he has no virtue.

Data map: Former South Korean President Jeon Doo-hwan.

Image source: Korea’s "Joongang Ilbo"

  This is the first public apology by Chun Doo-hwan for the historical crime committed by Chun Doo-hwan.

  This apology, more than 41 years have passed since the Quan Doo-hwan government forcefully suppressed the "May 18th Gwangju Movement" in 1980.

  Yonhap News Agency believes that Quan Dou-hwan did not sincerely apologize for his sins before his life, and his wife seemed forced to apologize reluctantly after her husband passed away, and it was too late.

Data map: Former South Korean President Jeon Doo-hwan.

  The body of Jeon Doo-hwan was transported to Chaimu Park in Seocho-gu, Seoul for cremation.

The place of his burial has not yet been determined, so the ashes will be temporarily placed in his home.

  Quan Douhuan passed away on November 23, at the age of 90.

Chun Doo Hwan was born on January 23, 1931, and was the 11th and 12th president of South Korea.

After leaving office, Chun Doo-hwan was sentenced to life imprisonment on suspicion of causing civil unrest and rebellion. He was given a special pardon in December 1997.