Korean media start "N-room" suspect "learning hegemony" background: excellent grades, won multiple scholarships

[Global Times Special Correspondent Wang Wei] South Korea's "House N Incident" sparked national outrage over sexual abuse and exploitation of underage women. An operator named "Dr. Zhao" in a chat room has been arrested by the police. The true identity and appearance were also quickly foundered by the Korean media, and the suspect's "super-learning hegemony" background left the public confused.

According to an exclusive report by South Korean SBS Television on the 23rd, in order to prevent the next victim from appearing and to help with judicial searches, the show team decided to disclose the identity of the suspect-Zhao Zhoubin, 25, now. Zhao Zhoubin, a suspect who caused a total of 74 female victims, including 16 minors, has just graduated from college in 2018. Zhao majored in information communication. Because of his love of writing, Zhao also won the first prize in a college postgraduate contest, and served as the editor-in-chief of the journal. Zhao Zhoubin University has an average grade point of 4.0 or more in each of the three of the four years. He has also received scholarships many times. Although Zhao is an excellent student in terms of school life, his relationship with his classmates is not harmonious. According to Zhao Zhoubin's classmates, Zhao did not behave exceptionally in terms of sex during college. "From the appearance, he is an ordinary student." According to police investigations, Zhao started relying on internet to scam money since 2018, after he graduated. First, he opened a website to sell drugs by false advertisements. Then in September 2019, he set up a "N Room "chat group. South Korean police have decided to officially disclose all of Zhao's personal information and criminal facts on the 24th. It was also confirmed by the South Korean police on the 23rd that "Watchman", one of the three operators of the "room N" chat group, was arrested late last year. South Korean police are currently hunting down another operator, "GodGod".

The Yonhap News Agency reported on the 23rd that South Korean President Moon Jae-in said on the "room N" incident that the case was a crime committed by trampling the victim and asked the police to investigate all members of the chat group. Wen Zaiyin promised that the government will delete all videos involved in the case and provide victims with legal and medical support. If necessary, the police will set up a special investigation team for this.

The "House N" incident immediately detonated public opinion, and a large number of people requested that the information of the suspects be disclosed, including members of the chat group. The number of relevant petitions on the "national petition" on the Qingwatai political platform has exceeded 3 million, making it the largest. Several Korean performing arts stars also voiced their support for the investigation.