“The reality of the ‘Nth Room’”…Netflix shocking documentary “Cyber Hell: Exposing an Internet Horror” to be released next month 

A documentary will be released containing the atrocities of Cho Joo-bin, the one who ran a series of Telegram rooms to exploit sex victims.

On April 20th, Netflix announced the production of a documentary titled “Cyber Hell: Exposing an Internet Horror” that digs into the reality of the infamous “Nth Room” case.

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“Cyber Hell: Exposing an Internet Horror” is a crime tracking documentary that reveals the true nature of the infamous cybercrime through interviews with 24 reporters, PDs, and police who were involved in the “Nth Room” incident.

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The perpetrators of the Nth Room incident created their own zones in cyberspace where anonymity was guaranteed and made use of new criminal methods that were never imagined in classical crimes such as blackmailing through hacking, illegal transactions using cryptocurrency, and collective harassment and exploitation behind the mask of a fake ID.

The perpetrators even laughed at the investigative authorities and committed horrifying cybersex crimes against underage victims, thinking they would never be caught.

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In fact, in the trailer of “Cyber Hell: Exposing an Internet Horror,” reporters, PDs, and police who investigated the Nth Room incident are angry at the brazen perpetrators’ behavior, saying, “Has there been any case where the criminals talk to us first?” and “They 100% believed they wouldn’t be caught.”

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Director Choi Jin-sung, who directed “Cyber Hell: Break the Nth Room,” said, “Any Korean audience would know at least a little about the ‘Nth Room’ case. However, after seeing this documentary, I think they will realize that ‘the truth’ that they think they know of this case is just the tip of the iceberg,” he said, amplifying curiosity about the real story behind it.

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He also said, “Their methods of crime were much more complicated and subtle than we what we already knew of. The pursues of the case were also much fiercer and hotter than we knew,” he said, signaling the fierce images of those who followed the criminals to the end to catch them.

“Cyber Hell: Exposing an Internet Horror,” which deals with the horrific cybersex crime case that shook entire South Korea, will be released on May 18th.

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