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man in his 30s who fled his fist on a woman's face for the first time at Seoul Station a week ago was caught yesterday (2 days). I've been caught pushing other people around besides this seriously injured woman, but I'm afraid there will be no more victims.

Reporter Ahn Hee-jae.

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man tied to the rope pulls out to go to the detention center.

Don't ask the so-called Seoul Station. I'm Mo, 32, a suspect in the assault.

[Mr. Lee/ Suspect of'Don't Ask Seoul Station' Assault: (Don't you reflect on it?)

Lee is being charged.' Mr. Lee is suspected of inflicting serious injury by swinging a fist at a woman standing in Seoul Station on the 26th of last month to call a taxi.

The railroad judicial police department arrested Lee, who was sleeping at home in Dongjak-gu, Seoul, about 7:15 yesterday evening, six days after the incident.

As a result of the investigation, Mr. Lee was confirmed to have exhibited abnormal behavior such as strongly pushing women and men who had passed near Seoul Station 10 minutes before the crime.

An official at the Railroad Police said he was having trouble investigating Lee's repeated remarks that he wanted to rest.

Regarding the procrastination investigations that have been raised, he explained, "The main evidence such as CCTV was secured immediately after the crime, but it took time to wait for the results of the detailed analysis of the National Research Institute of Science and Research."

But in addition to hurting women in their thirties, there are also concerns that there may be other victims as the situation that threatened unspecified majority has been revealed.

In response, the railroad police said no other damages were reported since the incident.

The railroad police are planning to apply for a warrant for arrest and to hand it over to the prosecution soon after completing investigations such as the motive for the crime.