Everyone, please take a good look at this face. This is Son Jung-min, 22, who disappeared near Banpo Bridge on the Han River on the 25th of last Sunday. Lastly, I was with my friend on early Sunday morning, and I haven't been able to reach you for five days now. If you ever remember, please contact the nearest police station or us.
For more details, reporter Shin Jung-eun will tell you.
"I'm looking for my son. It's a very precious memory and it's a son that won't hurt even if I put it in my eyes. Is there any hope yet?"
This article was posted by the father of 22-year-old Son Jeong-min.
From childhood photos to the day of the disappearance and the final deed, the heart of mourning was intact.
Thousands of comments were posted saying'I really want you to find my son'.
On the fifth day of the disappearance, Jung Min's father is looking for his son again today (29th).
[Son Jeong-min's father: Even at this moment, I may be taking my last sip, but I don't know that. I don't know where it will be, but because I don't know, there's nothing I can do... .]
After leaving the house last Saturday night, Jung Min-gun spent time with a friend at Banpo Bridge Hangang Park.
At about 2 am on Sunday, the news was cut off after a post on social media about drinking and dancing.
CCTV spotted a friend leaving around 4:30 in the morning, but Jung Min's whereabouts have not yet been determined.
[Son Jeong-min's father: There is no CCTV like this, and even if I try to find it, I sent a separate letter of cooperation because of the Information Protection Act...
The last location of the cell phone, which is believed to have been owned by Jung Min-gun, was the water taxi stand across the river.
However, the location tracking error along the Han River was so high that the police expanded the scope of the search.
[Seoul Seocho Police Station Officer: I used a drone to search the banks of the Han River, and I mobilized a police helicopter to search far and far until yesterday.] My
father, chasing his son's traces day and night, gets nervous as time goes by.
[Son Jung-min's father: How much I have to enjoy in the future, but at least I have to live as much as I bought.
I really don't have to see it forever.
It would be
if I lived.]
This is the impression of the missing son Jung-min.
If you saw Jeong Min-gun near Banpo Bridge Hangang Park in the early morning of last Sunday, please report it.
(Video coverage: Lee Yong, video editing: Park Seon)