Singer Jeong Jun-young and Choi Jong-hun, who were sentenced to death in the first instance for allegedly participating in a collective sexual assault with members of the KakaoTalk group chat room, are judged by the second court today.

Seoul Metropolitan Criminal Division 12 (Jun Bong-hee, Choi Bong-hee, Assistant Chancellor Cho Chan-young) today (7th) holds a hearing sentence against Jeong Jun-young and Choi Jong-hoon charged with violations of the Special Act on Punishment of Sexual Violence.

Joon-young Jeong and Jong-hoon Choi were accused of committing sexual assault on a drunk woman in Hongcheon, Gangwon-do, and Daegu in March, 2016.

At the end of 2015, Jeong Jun-young was also accused of distributing illegal shots 11 times, including sending a video that he shot secretly while revealing that he had sex with women in a chat room in KakaoTalk where celebrities participated.

Jeong Jun-young and Choi Jong-hoon were sentenced to 6 years in prison and 5 years in prison, respectively, on the 29th of November last year.

The trial court of the first instance ruled that "I can admit that a woman who is unable to resist is adulterated by Jung Jun-young and Choi Jong-hun." "The punishment is serious and serious, so punishment is inevitable."

Following the first trial, the appeals were innocent, saying that it was a sexual relationship that agreed on some allegations.

At the trial, the prosecutors sentenced Jeong Jun-young to seven years in prison and Choi Jong-hoon to five years in prison, just like a centrifugal sentence.

A sentence for a famous singer's older brother, Kwon Mo, who joined the crime is also being made today.

They were sentenced to two years of probation and four years of imprisonment in August of each jail sentence.