Rich merchant’s granddaughter died of plastic surgery


South Korea’s MBC television station quoted a police report on October 9 that Luo Beier, granddaughter of a wealthy Hong Kong businessman in China, died of plastic surgery in South Korea, which was a serious medical negligence.
Police investigation found that there were no anesthesiologists on the scene of adverse reactions caused by propofol, a controlled drug used as a sedative during the operation.
According to reports, Roebel had previously gone to a plastic surgery clinic in Seoul’s Jiangnan District for surgery, which was part of her birthday celebration. However, she fell into a coma during the operation and was sent to the hospital for emergency treatment, but she still died. At that time, the operation was performed by Jin Chengri, who claimed to have 10 years of experience, assisted by surgeon Jung Tae Gwang and nurse Park Mi soo. Robel was undergoing liposuction of her upper arm and upper pelvis and developed complications while preparing for autogenous breast augmentation.
Seoul police have conducted a criminal investigation into the case, but the clinic’s website shows that it is still in operation, and the surgeon, Kim Sung RI, is still available for renewal.
Danny Chi has been married to Robel for 10 years and has a 7-year-old son. He filed a lawsuit in the Hong Kong court today against the clinic, two doctors and a nurse, alleging that they were suspected of manslaughter and forgery of pre-operative documents, resulting in financial losses, including Luo’s annual income and one-third of his father-in-law’s estate.