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I'm removing the first-person account from this article. Although it's interesting, it's unattributed, and I think it was written by the anonymous editor who added it to the article . The fact that I can't find the text anywhere on the web except Wikipedia mirrors makes me even more sure that it's original thought. -- Plutortalk 17:39, 18 February 2008 (UTC)
Is the cause unknown? I will put it down as unknown with a citation needed in order to provoke proper accounting of events. Reason being that if it's not unknown, and it's not known, then there should be an acknowledgement of the article's incompleteness (or of the shortcomings of the wikipedia community to provide what is undoubtedly forthcoming information as per this article) to benchmark any and all attempts to seek out this undeniably missing information needed for the article's completeness/'readiness'. This is also in response to the fact that Kim_Dae-han also redirects to this page, whereas an independent article for Kim would be the most appropriate place for this information.
Apologies for any superfluous statements; I'm not a regular editor and I just want to make sure my argument covers all bases. I'll be getting back to this later if anyone edits or if I find any of the requested information. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Secobi (talk • contribs) 12:13, 20 May 2014 (UTC)