If I understand Korean culture, the son of the Hyundai Card guy is part of a Chaebol, meaning he is not only super wealthy but also part of the extreme elite in the country. They are a controversial bunch in Korea, with some evidence that they are essentially above the law in some ways.
There are many in Korea who are not fond of the Chaebol, and I wonder if this will affect Lydia's career/popularity going forward? Of course, she might not care and can retire with a dismissive wave of the hand, but you never know.
Yup, definitely rich, privileged chaebol heir. Hard to believe it'll affect her popularity, though (surely most golf fans in Korea are fairly wealthy themselves, and maybe a lot of them work for chaebols?).
Wonder if this new development will affect her stated goal of retiring at 30? Perhaps she'll want to start making babies...