Cho Hyun-min, a senior vice president at Korean Air Lines and daughter of chairman Cho Yang-ho, arrives at Incheon International Airport, South Korea in this still image from MBC obtained by Yonhap April 15, 2018. — Reuters pic SEOUL, April 19 — South Korean police this morning raided the office of Korean Air Lines in Seoul as part of a probe into the youngest daughter of the airline’s chairman, Yonhap News Agency said.
A Korean Air spokesman confirmed the raid, but did not elaborate on the reason. A police official declined to comment.
Cho Hyun-min, a senior vice president of Korean Air, is under investigation by police for possible assault after it was reported she threw water at people during a business meeting.