Law enforcement officials speak to the Rev. Paul Song Chul Kim, center-left, of the Atlanta Fire and Light Baptist Church, and crime scene cleaner Scott Bogulski, of Onscene Services, left, outside the Su Jung Health Sauna in Norcross, Ga., near Atlanta, on Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2012. A gunman shot four people to death inside the Korean health spa and then killed himself in what police said may have been a case of domestic violence. Surveillance video showed a man walking into the Su Jung Health Sauna on Tuesday night and getting into an argument with someone, then opening fire, police said. (AP Photo/David Tulis)
NORCROSS, Ga. (AP) — Funerals are planned for this weekend for family members who were gunned down in a Korean health spa outside Atlanta.
Police say 59-year-old Jeong Soo Paek killed four family members before turning the gun on himself after the shooting rampage at the Su Jung Health Sauna in Norcross late Tuesday. Police identified the four others killed as 64-year-old Byong Ok Kang, 61-year-old Kum Hi Song; 57-year-old Kum Sook Kim; and 55-year-old Tae Yol Kim.The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports
that funerals for Kang and Song were scheduled for Saturday at Lee's Funeral Home in Decatur.
Travis Kim, president of the Korean-American Association of Greater Atlanta, said the remaining family members -- including Paek -- will have their funerals Sunday at the same site.