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I read a lot of articles stating that Lee Geun, a former captain of the Naval Special Warfare Group, who left for Ukraine and is participating in the war, was injured and would return to Korea soon.

The foreign volunteer unit to which Mr. Lee belongs said through SNS, 'Mr. Lee was injured on the battlefield.'

The exact extent of the injury was not known.

If Mr. Lee returns to Korea, he is likely to be punished for violating the passport law. Previously, our government banned travel to Ukraine from mid-February, but Mr. Lee left for Ukraine in early March saying he would participate in the war against the Russian army.

Violation of the Passport Act is punishable by up to one year in prison or a fine of up to 10 million won, and administrative sanctions such as invalidation of the passport.

In an interview with a local Ukrainian media outlet on the 14th, Mr. Lee mentioned, "It is illegal to stay in Ukraine in Korea, so if you return, you will be arrested at the airport."


Not long ago, I told you about the embezzlement case of the employees of Amorepacific, a cosmetics company, and I saw many articles that one of these employees was known as the son of a former CEO.

Three Amorepacific salespeople are being investigated by the police on charges of stealing 3.5 billion won of company money. Police believe it was written.

However, the article reported that one of these three employees was found to be the son of A, the former CEO of Amorepacific.

Mr. A is known to have resigned a few years ago after serving as the vice president and CEO of Amorepacific.

Meanwhile, after confirming the misconduct through an internal audit, Amorepacific held a personnel committee to fire all those involved, and filed a complaint with the police on charges of embezzlement under the Act on the Aggravated Punishment of Specific Economic Crimes.


Toilet paper was caught in a photo recently released by President Yun Seok-yeol's wife, Kim Kun-hee, and I've seen many articles about it.

She is a picture of Ms. Kim looking at her work wearing glasses that were given to her by her fans, and a yellow roll of toilet paper can be seen in one corner of her hajin.

Taste columnist Hwang Gyo-ik posted on SNS yesterday (19th), claiming that this toilet paper is a product of 70,000 won for 2 packs of 6 rolls, 'I just got caught while cosplaying the common people'.

An official from Mrs. Kim's side said through a media outlet, "This toilet paper was not purchased by Mrs. Kim, but her staff brought one from home." It is said that it is a product that comes out in a variety of ways.

Some articles reported that the same product is searched for at an average of 2,000 won per product in Internet shopping malls.