In order to understand the truth about the collapse of the cryptocurrency Luna and Terra, our team of reporters from Singapore visited the residence of CEO Kwon Do-hyung, which is listed in the corporate registration.

I couldn't meet CEO Kwon in person, but suspicious circumstances were caught.

Correspondent Park Chan-beom.


This is the Nasim area, a wealthy village in Singapore where high-end housing facilities are gathered.

The Terraform Labs corporate register shows that CEO Kwon Do-hyeong lives in an apartment here.

Following the security guard's instructions, we made a visit record and arrived at the front of the house.

[Neighbors: Are you looking for room ○○○○?


A Korean nursery rhyme plays in the house along with the cry of a baby.

From the sound of Inkigayo, it seems that there is a person inside.

I'm going to ask you if it's true that CEO Kwon is inside in a little while.

The door opened and a white man came out and asked if CEO Kwon was here, and he said he had come to the wrong place.

[White male: No, (CEO Kwon's house) not.]

When I hear a baby crying and a Korean nursery rhyme in the house, I just repeat the words that it is the wrong address.

[White male: (Do you have children? I heard Korean nursery rhymes.) No.

Invalid address.]

When asked if he knows CEO Kwon, he simply avoids answering.

[White man: Can you get out of here?] I

also visited the Korean embassy in Singapore to inquire about the whereabouts of CEO Kwon, but the embassy said that they did not even know where he currently resides.

It is said that there is no justification for ascertaining the address or whereabouts of CEO Kwon as the wanted order has not been issued.

As the investigation by the Financial Securities Crimes Unit of the Prosecutor's Office proceeds in earnest, the pursuit of CEO Kwon is expected to begin.