Cho Hyun-min has been suspended from her role as senior vice president of the airline for allegedly throwing water in a man's face during a meeting.
While admitting that parts of the allegations are true, Korean Air said that Cho never threw water at the ad company staffer. She is also the sister of Cho Hyun-ah, the former Korean Air executive who forced an global flight to return to the gate after she heavily berated crew members for the way a bag of macadamia nuts were served. She later apologized on Facebook, saying the outburst was sparked by her passion for commercials.
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She is facing pressure to step down and has apologised for her "foolish behaviour". "It is my big fault that I could not control my emotions".
If investigators determine that Cho Hyun-min threw the glass cup at the ad manager, it could be considered assault involving hazardous objects, Yonhap reported. Members of the founding families of giant business groups called chaebol, often including the second or third generations, are treated as "emperors".
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The youngest daughter of Korean Air's owner returned home from a vacation in Vietnam on Sunday amid allegations that she abused her power by throwing water at a staffer of an advertisement company.
More than 56,000 South Koreans have signed a petition submitted to the presidential office asking the government to stop Korean Air from using the word "Korea" in its name and stop using a logo resembling the national flag.
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