Two years ago, we first told you about the damages of sexual violence that Short Track Shim Seok-hee delivered with great courage.

Today (21st), a verdict on the perpetrator came out.

Former national coach Cho Jae-beom, who was accused of raping Shim for many years, was sentenced to 10 years and 6 months in prison.

Reporter Choi Sun-gil reports.


Former Short Track National Team coach Cho Jae-beom, who is sentenced to 1 year and 6 months in prison for assaulting Shim Seok-hee, etc., has denied sex crimes.

However, the court of the first instance said that it was difficult for false information to be intervened because the statement of the sim player was clear and specific.

On the other hand, former coach Joe was sentenced to 10 years and 6 months in prison for committing a sex offense and not making any efforts to deny the charges and be forgiven.

He also ordered a 200-hour sexual violence treatment program.

[Lim Sang-hyuk/Shim Suk-hee attorney: Because the prosecution decides whether to appeal...

Isn't it too low that 10 years and 6 months came out compared to the old 20 years...

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judge added that even after Shim showed courage, he had to spend a very painful time recalling shameful memories during the investigation.

[Sim Seok-hee / At the time of witnessing in 2018: I hope that there will be no more victims like me in the sports version in the future, and I think that violence should be eradicated for any reason.]

Shim Seok-hee, who was devoted to training ahead of the national team selection, is currently in self-quarantine after an acquaintance he has contacted has been confirmed as coronavirus.

(Video coverage: Kim Myung-gu, video editing: Lee So-young, VJ: Kim Jong-gap)