Calling his ex-girlfriend 1,023 times in 24 days, the Korean guy received a prison sentence.
Calling his ex-lover 1,023 times in 24 days, the boy received a heavy punishment.
There is a saying “lost love and lost money”, which is probably true in this guy’s case, because he not only lost his (old) lover, but now he also lost his freedom.
This Korean guy was just sentenced on July 11 for stalking and stalking his ex-girlfriend. Specifically, he called her ex-girlfriend 1,023 times in 24 days. Before that, he was banned by the Court.
The case was heard by the Chuncheo District Court (Wonju). The court held that the guy above – who is currently unnamed – had already broken up without ending, and he was guilty of sending threatening messages to his ex-lover after the breakup, even though the Court had temporarily suspended the relationship. time forbade him to communicate in such a way.
The Korean guy called his ex-girlfriend more than 1,000 times in 24 days.
However, this man not only did not obey the ban, but also repeatedly called his ex-girlfriend with the same number of calls as above, an average of 43 calls/day, making her ex-girlfriend unbearable.
This time, the Court ordered this “crazy” guy to participate in a treatment program lasting 40 hours, then sentenced to 1 year in prison. What a hefty price to pay!
Korea has very strict anti-tracking and stalking laws. Earlier this year, this law went into effect with severe penalties: Those who stalk and stalk others can go to jail for up to 3 years or pay a fine of 30 million won, if they regularly stalk or harass people. another by approaching, following, or blocking the path against the person’s will. The law also says that police can take emergency or temporary measures to physically separate stalkers from victims.