Daughter Choi Seo-won Jeong Yoo-ra “My mother, forgive me like Park Geun-hye… My sins on horseback”

Jeong Yoo-ra (formerly Yeon-yeon), daughter of Choi Seo-won (formerly known as Choi Soon-sil), known as a close aide of former President Park Geun-hye, competes in an equestrian event in the Incheon Asian Games September 2014. © Nyyddion1 DB

Jeong Yoo-ra, daughter of Choi Seo-won (67, formerly Choi Soon-sil), appealed for a pardon for her mother, just like former President Park Geun-hye and Samsung Electronics Chairman Lee Jae-yong.

He asked for a chance to be filial to him, saying that his mother was carrying all the mistakes he had made by riding a horse and not going to school.

On the 28th, Jung Yu-ra said on her social media, “I am spending meaningful time with my mother,” and “I am grateful for the extension of my mother’s stay of execution.”

Choi Seo-won, who was sentenced to 21 years in prison on charges of abuse of power, obstruction of the exercise of rights and bribery, was sentenced to 21 years in prison and was released on December 26 last year after having prevent him from being executed for one. month to have ‘spine surgery’.

Mr Choi, who underwent surgery at a university hospital in Seoul, applied for a stay of execution of his sentence on the grounds of rehabilitation, and was granted a five-week extension until February 28th.

Jeong Yu-ra, who was grateful for this point, pointed out, “The only thing that has not been pardoned in the so-called punishment for state affairs is my mother, and the former -President Park Geun-hye and Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong have been pardoned.”

Ms. Jeong said, “My mother is a grandmother in her late 60s who misses her grandchildren and her daughters. She is going through all kinds of hardships at the age of 60 because of this ugly girl, but no one has a grudge . She is worried about former President Park, her grandchildren, and me.” he said.

Then, Yoo-ra Jeong complained, “How can I send my mother back?” and “Can’t you send my mother back to her family?”

He said, “If there is a fault, it is my fault on horseback and my sin of not going to school. This is the last appeal of this girl who has lived her whole life as an unfaithful girl, so return her mother to me.”

Former President Park Geun-hye, who was jailed for allegedly corrupting government affairs, was pardoned on December 31, 2021, and former Chief of Staff Kim Ki-hoon, former Culture Minister Cho Yun-sun, and former Head of Civil Affairs of the Blue House. Woo Byung-woo was reinstated at the end of last year.

Chairman Lee Jae-yong was pardoned and reinstated on August 15, 2022.


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