There is news coming forward that a Korean woman surnamed Kim who founded dead while trekking in the Himalayas in Nepal is now identified. She was a part of the Annapurna Circuit and her dead body was discovered on Monday 16 January. Her death was the saddest moment for her family, friends, and colleagues but at that time she was not identified and now South Korea’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has confirmed her identification. In this article, we will discuss the whole information related to his death cause and also talk about some other topics so read completely this article.
As per the exclusive information, the Korean Embassy in Nepal was informed that a body of a woman had been discovered on Thorong La Pass at nearly 10:30 on the morning of Sunday and she was presumed to be Korean on Monday. An official from the ministry stated that After communicating with the Nepalese Police, it is confirmed that the Korean nationality woman and the circumstances of her death on Tuesday. Shrestha said that she fall into a lake in Thoranglapas which resulted in her death and the officer in charge stated this statement. There are two policemen and one ACAP employee arrive at the incident place to rescue the body of the Korean woman.
She was 50 years old at the time of her death and she died in a high camp. Her death occurs five days after her joining Manang during she was completing the round Annapurna trek. Her complete name was Kim Jesun and she belongs from Korea. This trekking course is assumed as the highest mountain pass in the world and this is located at 5000 meters above sea level. Her dead body was founded on Sunday afternoon and she was identified on Monday by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs South Korea There is not much information coming out related to her personal life.
Her death news is rapidly spreading on various pages of social media and so many people express their sadness about her death. The head of ACAP Manang office, Lekhnath Gautam knows of death news a woman passed away in Manang Ngisasyang Municipality According to the reports that 1% of climbers died on Mount Everest, and climbing in the Mountains is also the scariest and most dangerous activity where the chances of death are high. Stay connected with socialtelecast.com to get more articles related to the latest news of the entire world.