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Super Junior Choi Si-won son of conglomerate CEO

2011/01/06 | 4261 views | Permalink | Source

Super Junior member Choi Si-won [Asia Economic Daily]

Idol group Super Junior member Choi Si-won's father has belatedly been found to be the head of Boryung Medience Co., Ltd., a company affiliated with major Korean pharmaceutical firm Boryung Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.

Choi's father Choi Ki-ho, 57, was appointed as the chief executive officer (CEO) of Boryung Medience on January 3, making him one of the two CEO's jointly leading the company engaged in the development and marketing of maternity and baby healthcare products.

The young Choi had long been rumored to be from an affluent family with some speculating as far as them owning a helicopter but he had only admitted that his father is the executive president of a trading firm.

Choi Ki-ho currently also serves as an adjunct professor at Korea's Sungkonghoe University in Seoul.

Choi Si-won made his music debut through his 13-member boy band Super Junior in 2005 which is now one of the most popular K-pop acts in the country and throughout Asia.

He made his acting debut in 2005 in the KBS TV series "18 vs. 29" and currently appears in SBS TV series "ATHENA", the spin-off to last year's smash hit drama "IRIS".

Reporter : Park Kun-ouc kun1112@
Editor : Jessica Kim jesskim@
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