Elementary school teachers make extreme choices… Leave a note saying “It’s difficult” on the Gunsan Line

On the 4th, ahead of the 49th death of a teacher who made an extreme메이저놀이터 choice at an elementary school in Seocho-gu, Seoul, an incident occurred in Goyang-si, Gyeonggi-do and Gunsan-si, Jeollabuk-do, where an elementary school teacher made an extreme choice.

According to the Goyang Police Station in Gyeonggi Province on the 1st, Mr. A, an elementary school teacher in his 30s, fell from the 28th floor of an apartment in Deokyang-gu, Goyang-si around 7:24 pm on the 31st of last month. The fire department dispatched after receiving a 119 call took Mr. A to a hospital in Eunpyeong-gu, Seoul, but he eventually died. According to the police, there was no suspicion of crime such as murder, and no suicide note was found.

The police checked parental complaints at the elementary school in Yangcheon-gu, Seoul, where Mr. A worked, but it turned out that no details had been identified yet. It was confirmed that Mr. A returned to the school in the second semester of last year after parental leave and took on the role of homeroom teacher for the 6th grade class for the first time this year. A police official said, “We plan to continue investigating complaints from parents.” An official from the Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education said, “We cannot yet predict the connection between the teacher’s extreme choice and the students or parents,” and added, “We are verifying the facts.”

A teacher was also found dead at a scene near Dongbaek Bridge in Gunsan-si, Jeollabuk-do. According to the Gunsan Coast Guard on the 1st, Mr. B, an elementary school teacher in his 30s, was found dead in the sea under the Dongbaek Bridge around 10:25 a.m. that day. At around 7:53 a.m. the previous day, the Coast Guard received a report that “there was a vehicle with emergency lights on on the bridge,” conducted an underwater search and found Mr. A, but he was already dead.

Mr. B’s cell phone was found in a vehicle parked near the scene of the incident. It is known that a notepad was open on the mobile phone screen with the words “difficult” written on it.

The Jeonbuk Provincial Office of Education conducted an on-site investigation of the school on this day. An official from the Jeonbuk Office of Education explained, “It was determined that there were no difficulties in school life because the students and teachers got along well.”

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