Today (27th), a woman in her 70s was found dead in Gosiwon, Gwanak-gu, Seoul.

He was the owner of the gosiwon building.

Police are looking for the suspect, considering the possibility of murder is high.

Reporter Ha Jung-yeon on the sidewalk.


Gosi Village in Sillim-dong, Gwanak-gu, Seoul.

An ambulance enters a narrow alleyway.

About 12:50 noon today.

A 74-year-old woman, A, was found dead on the first basement floor of a four-story gosiwon in Sillim-dong.

The police responded to a report from her family saying, "I couldn't be reached, so I went to find her and she was lying dead."

At the time of her discovery, Mr. A had her hands tied with an Internet LAN cable and had her clothes wrapped around her neck.

Police focused on the murder and began to pursue the suspect.

[Lee Gyu-young / Gwanak Police Station Detective Division 1 : There were traces of tying and his hands were tied.

So, we are currently investigating the possibility of murder.]

Mr. A was the owner of the gosiwon building, the site of the incident, and it was investigated that he had lived with her son.

[Neighbors: The time the hostess comes out is always around 5:20 a.m. (She comes out).

He is not one to live here.

I get along well with my neighbors...


Previously, it is known that Mr. A's son had stated, "When I left for work in the morning, Mr. A was still alive."

While the police will begin investigations of the bereaved family, on-site forensics, and CCTV verification, they plan to request an autopsy of Mr. A to the National Forensic Service tomorrow.

(Video coverage: Kang Dong-cheol, video editing: Nam Il)