South Korean officials traveled to Serbia to find Do Kwon


The hunt for the controversial founder of the now-collapsed Terra ecosystem, Do Kwon, has intensified with South Korean officials reportedly confirming they sent at least two people to Serbia to track him down.

According to a Feb. 7 Bloomberg report, the prosecutor’s office in Seoul said the reports “aren’t false” regarding members of its team trekking out to the Balkan state to find Kwon.

It appears at least two state officials went — one from the prosecutor’s office and the other being a senior member of South Korea’s Justice Ministry.

Do Kwon speaking at a conference about Terra before the ecosys. Source: Terra.

South Korean-based publication Chosun Media confirmed on Dec. 11 that a state intelligence official informed them that Kwon had based himself in Serbia.

There is currently no extradition treaty in effect between South Korea and Serbia.

This likely made Serbia a great hideout spot for Kwon, according to a recent opinion article from Minso Kim — a writer for the South Korean publication Chosun Media.

South Korea has however stripped Kwon of his passport which may…

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