The first trial was held yesterday (29th) for Jeon Joo-hwan, a suspect in the murder case at Sindang Station, who is charged with stalking and illegal filming.

Jeon Joo-hwan, who stood in front of the judge, even requested that the sentencing be delayed, saying that he wanted the public's attention to ease over time.

This is reporter Kim Bo-mi.


Jeon Joo-hwan killed the victim a day before the court's sentencing on charges of stalking and illegal filming.

The first trial, which had been postponed, was held.

Just before the judge's sentencing, Jeon Joo-hwan asked for a say.

He asked, 'Can you delay the sentencing date as much as possible?' He gave two reasons.

He said, "There is one (murder) case at stake in the Central Prosecutor's Office to merge it," he said.

The court did not accept Jeon Joo-hwan's request and sentenced him to 9 years in prison as requested by the prosecution.

In addition, the court ordered Jeon to complete 80 hours of stalking treatment and 40 hours of sex crime treatment program.

Previously, Jeon Joo-hwan was sent to trial on charges of stalking the victim by sending illegal filmed footage and messages 350 times.

The court said, "Contrary to the fact that I had submitted a letter of remorse several times, I went to the victim and committed the crime."

[Min Go-eun / Legal Attorney for Bereaved Family: I think the accused is self-centered and is not sincerely reflecting.]

Meanwhile, the police who investigated the retaliatory murder case finished Jeon Joo-hwan's tablet PC forensic work and started to analyze it.

However, it was confirmed that the external hard drive used by the accounting firm was judged to be impossible for forensics.

Prosecutors plan to conduct additional investigations on charges of retaliatory murder.