A family in the southern province of Hau Giang is cooperating with the Vietnamese Embassy in South Korea to investigate the death of their daughter who moved there with her Korean husband seven years ago. Forensic tests found Pham Thi Truc, 31, committed suicide in her home on April 25. She leaves behind two daughters, three and six years old. Her family was informed by a Vietnamese friend of hers also married to a Korean man, that Truc hanged herself to death. Truc’s family expressed shock. “I saw bruises on her neck and the authorities said they found a towel twisted several timesaround her neck. I did not believe that she killed herself, but I could not express that to them as we spoke different languages. I will wait for official probe conclusions,” said Truc’s brother, Pham Van Luc, in a VnExpress report. Luc said Truc had not sounded happy recently. She called home several days ago saying she had managed to save a large sum of money under her and her children’s names and was planning to bring them with her to live in Vietnam in the near future. Marriage brokers arranged for Truc to marry Jeong Dong Sedk in a mass wedding ceremony in 2006 in Ho Chi Minh City, where she had been working for a shoe company since 2004. Sedk’s family attended the ceremony, gifting Truc a gold ring and a pair of gold earrings. Her family also received VND2.5 million to cover their travel expenses….