Folks lay flowers close to the accident scene in Seoul’s Itaewon district, Sunday. (Yonhap)
Celebrities have expressed their condolences to the victims and their households over the current tragedy at Itaewon on Sunday.
Soccer star Son Heung-min uploaded a photograph in black-and-white expressing his condolences over the deaths in Itaewon after a match in Bournemouth, England.
“All my ideas are with you all again residence in Korea. I’m heartbroken to be studying this information… I need you to all know I’m considering of you and sending all of my energy from right here,” Son wrote on his Instagram in Korean and English, on Sunday.
Soccer star Son Heung-min uploaded his picture in black-and-white and expressed his condolences for the Itaewon tragedy on Sunday. (Son Heung-min’s Instagram)
TV character and restaurateur Hong Seok-cheon uploaded a photograph of “Pray for Itaewon” on his Instagram, Sunday. (Hong Seok-cheon’s Instagram)
TV character and restaurateur Hong Seok-cheon additionally uploaded a photograph and wrote, “Please pray for Itaewon. Relaxation in peace,” on his Instagram. Hong ran a number of eating places in Itaewon district for 18 years. His final restaurant “My Chelsea” closed in August 2020 attributable to monetary struggles brought on by the pandemic.
Trot singer Jang Yoon-jeong additionally despatched condolences to the victims and canceled her live performance scheduled for Sunday in Jinju, South Gyeongsang Province.
Jang uploaded a message by way of her husband, former announcer Do Kyung-wan’s Instagram. “After listening to concerning the information of the unbelievable catastrophe in Itaewon, I used to be heartbroken and couldn’t sleep. I got here to Jinju yesterday for the live performance however I assumed it might not be acceptable to carry the live performance within the nationwide mourning interval when the entire nation is in sorrow,” she stated.
Actress Kim Hye-soo shared information headlines on the Itaewon tragedy, and actress Ko So-young, and singers G-Dragon and DinDin additionally shared posts with the hashtag, prayforItaewon.
By Hwang Dong-hee ([email protected])