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What happened to this Korean woman?

Posted by te2ataria on July 19, 2015

Reward of up to $30,000 offered to locate missing person Yoon Sook CHUN

Yoon Sook Chun, 47, is one of more than 500 foreigners missing in New Zealand.

Mrs Chun was last seen on May 18, 2009, shortly before she left her Christchurch home.

Canterbury Police said:

“Mrs Chun was last seen six years ago and over that time it is also possible that loyalties will have changed, or someone who hoped she would be found without them getting involved will step up and contact police.

“We urge anyone who knows anything and hasn’t spoken to police before to come forward, so that police can decide whether the information is of importance to the investigation or not.

“If you are Mrs Chun please contact police.”

The offer would be valid until October 1, police said.

Mrs Chun “held both a New Zealand and South Korean passport.  Neither passport have been used to travel out of the country since her disappearance.”

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Blog moderators sincerely hope Mrs Chun, who is a mother of two, is still alive. However, the chances of that are pretty slim.

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2 Responses to “What happened to this Korean woman?”

  1. Sonya Ash Pryor said

    None of the missing people reports are about tourists or foreigners. Also I saw her birthdate as one day different from mine, making her 53. Is she Taiwanese or Korean?. Lots of conflicting reports, even in the police releases.

    • te2ataria said

      Reports of the missing tourists and foreigners are generally bad for business.

      It takes determined family members/friends to kick up a big stink and force the authorities to publicize the details.

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