This stalk does not end with a trivial quarrel, but it can also lead to serious crime. So, even a bill was proposed to punish this, but it still hasn't crossed the threshold of Congress.

I'm a reporter of Yeonnam Jeon.


Dr. Kang Mo, a social worker who is a doctor's room accomplice

I was stalking my old homeroom and threatened to kill him, so I was sentenced to 1 year and 2 months in prison, but this was not the first time.

In 2013, it was confirmed that they threatened the same teacher and went to the boy school.

Although he was punished for the same crime twice, he again mocked the killing of Jo Ju-bin and Lee's child.

Although Kang was punished for threats of recidivism, Mr. Kang pointed out that constant harassment, such as a text bomb, is difficult and even punishable.

If the misdemeanor punishment law is applied, it is only a fine or detention of less than 100,000 won, and the ICT Act, which can impose a sentence of less than 1 year in prison or a fine of less than 10 million won, is a condition that requires repeatedly sending content that causes fear or anxiety in order to apply. It sticks.

[Victim: please don't contact me. It's another beginning. 'Can we meet again? Give me a chance. It was really wrong. ' Really, I didn't know that I would be afraid like this.]

[Chief Sun-Hye Choi / Call of Korean Women: 30% of those who had such stalking in advance, based on statistics of murders from men in close relationship ... .]

The number of incidents of bullying has increased steadily, with only 583 cases punished for misdemeanor last year, up 1.5 times from 2015.

However, after the first stalking punishment in 1999, 14 related laws have been proposed, but they are all sleeping in the National Assembly.

(Video coverage: Jongsoo Hong, Video editing: Seungjin Lee)

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