There was a meeting of the relevant authorities last week ahead of Jo Doo-soon's release, but they decided to push ahead with countermeasures such as restricting late-night outings. It was because Jo Doo-soon said that he would quit drinking, but he did not have a specific life plan, so he decided that there was still a possibility of a second offense.

Reporter Jeon Byungnam on the report.

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is the'Report on Countermeasures to Prevent Re-offenses after Cho Doo-soon' released by SBS.

This document, prepared by the Ministry of Justice, contains the contents of an interview with Cho Doo-soon who is about to be released in December.

According to the interview results, Jo Doo-soon is accepting the evaluation of himself by the society and said, "If I am released, I will return to Ansan City, where my family is located, and I will stop drinking."

However, after being released from the prison, the Ministry of Justice judged that "they are vaguely saying that they will do daily labor, but they do not have a specific social life plan, so they expect the unstable living conditions to continue."

In the end, the report concludes that the risk of recidivism exists because of this.

In particular, he commented that it is necessary to impose regulations on Cho Doo-soon, such as alcohol restrictions, restrictions on going out, and prohibition of access to victims, since most of the past 17 crimes occurred while drunk.

In the political world, there is even a plan to promote the imposition of compliance matters by making a law such as the'Cho Doo-soon Surveillance Act' that prevents sex offenders from going out of their residence 200m.