"Meanwhile we're a p
athetic country worrying about low birth rates after causing this. Imagining my dongsaeng, nuna, and kids going through this, and having people shield criminals, not punishing them, and you think we want to have kids after this? Even I would want my family line to end there."

"The scariest fact is that the perpetrators, after completing their sentences, are living abroad without any concern, spending the money they earned during that time as if nothing happened and living the go~~~~~od life..."

"After only serving 18 months, he comes out, and the police is innocent ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ Is this a country?? And I didn't know, but Goo Hara was so brave... Yet the Goo Hara Law hasn't even been passed yet, what a crazy country..."

"I'm so grateful that the BBC shed light on this incident... We must not forget and we must ensure that the capability and system to monitor and condemn ongoing crimes are properly established... This is the true role of the media..."

"Everyone, this is a very serious issue. Moreover, as many of you may know, now there are specialized lawyers for s** offenders who are making money out of [cases like this], operating systematically like businesses. They sell packaged deals offering ways to harass victims for settlement or to push cases as "baseless", and in communities where offenders gather, lawyers provide all sorts of legal advice and exchange counsel among themselves. As the age of offenders gets younger, parents pay lawyers as much as they demand out of fear for their children's future. When women speak up about or report SA, they are stigmatized and attacked with claims of innocence. There have been many articles about this. It's truly a crazy world. Even the issue of justice has become a commercial tool, leaving no place for victims. Moreover, in Korea, there's a tendency to stigmatize and harass women who speak out against gender violence or hate crimes. It's really... beyond words."

""Why was this massive Burning Sun incident buried? Who was the prosecutor in charge of this case? Knowing that would explain why this case was swept under the rug like this.""

Seriously I'm so grateful BBC shined the light to this case again 

original post: here

1. The country that makes you hate being alive 

2. That's why I started boycotting YG 

3. ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ The legendary hopeless country, I can only laugh 

4. You're either innocent through your nepotism, or guilty through your poverty 

5. This country has no future

6. Ah... F*ck 

7. Yoon Seokyeol is such a mess...

8. Hara ㅠㅠ

9. Ah so Yoon Seokyeol was the prosecutor??? Wow f*ck they're all connected

10. Hul?????????? Wow so the prosecutor in charge was Yoon Seokyeol?????????? It's my first time knowing

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