Funeral held for man run over by subway train in Midtown

Ki-Suck Han's daughter Ashley Han, right, and wife

Ki-Suck Han's daughter Ashley Han, right, and wife Serim Hanin, left, at his memorial service. (AP) (Credit: Ki-Suck Han's daughter Ashley Han, right, and wife Serim Hanin, left, at his memorial service. (AP))

Loved ones said their final good byes Thursday to Ki-Suck Han, the 58-year-old father who died after being pushed into the path of a Q-train in Times Square.

Mourners waked Han on Wednesday and held a funeral for him Thursday at the Edward D. Jamie Funeral Chapel in Flushing. The family asked that the media remain outside the chapel during the Korean language service.

Han's daughter, Ashley, 20, and widow, Serim, knelt before his open casket for several minutes before taking seats in the front row, according to published reports.

"I just wish I had one last chance to tell my dad how much I love him," Ashley told reporters Wednesday.

Rev. Won Tae Cho, pastor at Woo Ri Presbyterian Church, told DNAInfo that the church will set up a community fund to help the Han's family with living expenses. Han was unemployed at the time of his death.

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