Rhee Keun, a former member of the Korean naval special forces who is also known as Ken Rhee, flew back to Korea and his return was broadcast live by the media. Reuters quoted Ken Rhee as saying that there were about 10 policemen on standby when he got off the plane, they asked him to quarantine for a week as a precaution against Covid-19 and then he would be summoned for questioning. “I will cooperate in the investigation,” Rhee said.
Meanwhile, the police have not confirmed this information. However, an army spokesman confirmed that Rhee had served in the navy’s special forces.
Speaking to reporters at the airport, Rhee said: “I have not left the battlefield completely but have recovered from my injury. I want to go back … because the war is not over yet, there is still a lot of work to be done. do”. Rhee said he is suffering from a cruciate ligament injury in both legs. He was able to walk.
During his time fighting in Ukraine, Rhee posted photos and videos of his experience on social media.
In mid-March, shortly after he arrived in Ukraine, police filed a complaint with the State Department about Rhee’s case, alleging a passport violation.
South Korea banned its citizens from traveling to Ukraine in February for safety reasons. According to the law, those who defy the ban can be jailed for up to a year or fined 10 million won ($8,000).
Rhee said Ukraine offered him citizenship and even land, but he refused.
“I don’t think it’s right to get citizenship to avoid fines or trial,” Rhee said.
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