Cha In Pyo and his wife mournfully bid farewell to his father, the Chairman of a Top 10 global corporation, who passed away.
On their personal page, Cha In Pyo and his wife expressed their grief at the departure of their tycoon father.
On the afternoon of July 9, the Hankook Ilbo newspaper reported that the father of actor Cha In Pyo – Mr. Cha Su Woong – passed away on July 8 after a period of treatment for a chronic illness. He took his last breath at the age of 83. According to Korean media, the family of the late Chairman of Woosung Shipping did not disclose the disease he had. The Hankook Ilbo newspaper reported that Cha Su Woong’s funeral will take place at the funeral home of St. Mary (Seoul) on July 11 here.
On his personal page, Cha In Pyo expressed his grief at the passing of his biological father: “Goodbye, Dad. One day, we will meet again in heaven. I love you. Thank you, Dad. for everything you’ve done for us.” Cha In Pyo’s wife – actress Shin Ae Ra also couldn’t hold back her sadness when she had to witness the death of a loved one: “Dad is always the person I always love and respect. Hope he will rest in peace in one place. peace, no more pain.”
Mr. Cha Su Woong used to hold the position of Chairman of the famous shipping group Woosung Shipping. It is known that Woosung Shipping used to be in the Top 10 largest shipping groups in the world. According to The Korea Economic Daily, in 2005, this group reached 150 million USD in revenue. This is also the stable revenue of Woosung Shipping for many years.
Cha In Pyo was born in 1967, famous throughout Asia thanks to series such as Dream To Reach A Star, Perfect Love … Coming from a chaebol family, the actor is willing to refuse to take over the business. father’s business to pursue art.
Cha In Pyo and actress Shin Ae Ra got married in 1995. In 1998, the cult couple welcomed their first son. In addition, they also adopted 2 more daughters in 2005 and 2008, respectively, taking care and loving them like their own children.
Cha In Pyo once caused a stir when he refused to take over the business from the chaebol family
Source: Hankook Ilbo