Jiayan Fan’s home on the island of Jeju, known as Jieju, was demolished in June as a result of the fire that claimed three lives.
Fan, who had been a member of the Jeju Athletic Club since 2003, said he was not surprised by the demolition.
“I’m surprised because I thought they were trying to keep the club alive.
I didn’t think it was that big of a deal.”
Jieyu, which is located in the southern part of the island, is a small city of more than 20,000 residents in the center of the country.
Jieyong-do, which was the capital of Jejimae county from 2000 to 2005, was also the site of the 2009 Olympic Games and is the largest city in the region.
A number of other sports stadiums have also been destroyed since then, and fans have complained of noise, congestion, and poor safety.
A total of 17,000 people are believed to live in Jeju.
Fan’s family had purchased the house in 2008, but it had not been maintained and it had been vacant since 2007.
Jia Hong-pyo, a resident of the area who did not want to be named, said that Fan and his family had lived in the house since its construction.
“When the fire started, they couldn’t get in, so they moved to another house, which burned down.
But they still lived there.”
Fan said that when he visited the site in May, he noticed that a part of one of the houses had been demolished.
“It was still standing there,” Fan said.
“But they said they would take care of it.”
Fan and a friend who was in charge of the building said that they had tried to salvage parts of the house before the fire but that they were not able to.
“We tried to find a salvage company and we tried to take it apart.
We didn’t succeed,” Fan’s friend, Song Seung-won, told The Associated Press.
“The fire destroyed everything.
There was nothing left.”
He said that the owners of the property, who were from Jeju and had lived there since the 1970s, did not know of the demolition because the property had been listed as a building for more than 10 years.
“They didn’t tell us, because they were afraid that we would come and tell them what was happening,” Song said.
Fan said he would like to see the Jejimship Club demolished.
He said he hopes to eventually build a new home there.
“If the club survives, we will stay in Jejumanship,” Fan told the AP.