I delivered the news yesterday (24th) that a car traveled about 100km from Paju to Yongin, Gyeonggi Province.

However, it turned out that before the driver of this vehicle started driving in the reverse direction, there was a report that he followed a female driver to a secluded place and ran away when people were spotted.

This is reporter Choi Sun-gil.

<Reporter> In

front of a warehouse in Ilsan, Gyeonggi-do around 0:40 a.m. yesterday.

When a vehicle is parked, a car follows and stops right next to it.

The woman gets out of the car and hastily enters the warehouse.

This vehicle followed a woman who went to work for a night shift from Gimpo to Ilsan for about 20 minutes.

[Informer: It seems to see if I'm going to turn around or park.

I’m putting it next to the car, it’s scary.

(Who is) I don't know.] The

driver stopped and waited after the woman entered.

As a woman's co-worker approaches, she moves the car back and forth to avoid embarrassment. Then, as the woman's family joins in, she turns the car in a hurry to get out.

[Reporter's family: I went out because it was strange because the car was chasing me, but I moved the car threateningly so that I felt the threat of life...


By the way, it turns out that this vehicle was the same car that was caught while driving about 100km from Paju to Yongin at the dawn of yesterday.

The man, who had been chasing a woman's car alone, ran from here and started driving in reverse.

The driver, A, a man in his 50s, reportedly did not reveal the reason for chasing the woman in a police investigation.

It was investigated that he did not drive under the influence of alcohol, but the police ordered a drug test at the Bureau of the Bureau.

The police plan to further investigate the crime against Mr. A and decide whether to apply the charges for stalking.

(Video coverage: Inpil-seong, Video editing: Lee Seung-hee)