South Korean man arrested for allegedly killing father in Ho Chi Minh City

March 16, 2024

Police in southern Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City have arrested a South Korean man on suspicion of killing his father who wanted to reconcile the conflict between his son and daughter-in-law. The victim was L.’s father, a South Korean man in his 60s, who arrived in Vietnam from South Korea on Wednesday. L. was later arrested when he was found lying on a grassland in the urban area, about 500 meters from the building. Such a situation prompted L.’s father to go to Vietnam to reconcile his son and daughter-in-law. During a quarrel between L. and his father, the son probably used a weapon to kill his dad, investigators said.

The source of this news is from Tuoi Tre News