I have been meaning to post this article up…
Korean girl Na-Young brutally raped and beaten
One morning on her way to school, Na-Young, 8, was dragged to a public toilet by a 57 year old strange man. He was under the influence of alcohol at the time of the incident, told by the police department which handled her case.
Beaten and strangled:
He punched her face and stomach when she refused to take off her clothes. He then strangled her neck to make her pass out but when he didn’t succeed he held her head under the toilet water until she did pass out. It was assumed he did this to make it easy to force himself on her. Up until this point, she was still conscious, said Na-Young when she was asked to describe everything she could remember. It was also confirmed by physical evidences.
Violently raped and sexually tortured:
When she fell unconscious he made held her against the closed toilet seat cover then had penetrative intercourse (anal and vaginal). He then performed the same penetrative pistol action to her right ear. Her head and her ear were crushed against the water tank each time of his pistol action. Her right shoulder was also dislocated as a result.
Injury of internal organs and a rupture:
Thinking he had to destroy the evidence by cleaning her inside out of his semen, he pushed her face down in the toilet again to wash her ears. He then used a plunger on her via anus in attempt to extract his semen which lead to severe rupture of her large intestine where he, this time, tried to push the organs back inside her using the long stick of the plunger. During this process, he damaged her genital organs completely.
Attempt to destroy the evidences and cover up the crime scene:
He tried to clean her up by flushing her blood and other traces of her organs down the toilet, washed her and made her sit upright, but decided to have another intercourse. When he was finally done and satisfied, he ran away leaving Na-Young to die.
For any reason at all, can this unforgiving, horrifying crime be justified? Or can we say the justice is served with 12 year sentence.
Na-Young has undergone an 8 hour operation and her life was saved. However, she has lost all her functions of genital organs and has to live the rest of her life with a bag attached to her bladder. But this physical pain and suffering would be nothing compared to the bruises left on her heart and mind.
This article was not written by me. Here’s another article about the incident: http://www.chinapost.com.tw/asia/korea/2009/10/06/227465/S-Korea.htm
When I read, I was so disgusted I was going to throw up and faint (also since I didn’t take my iron supplements that day). I’ve heard of a lot of rape stories, but I never really thought much about it because it’s usually the ignorant girl’s fault for being drunk. *knock on wood* However, this story made me think differently. I’ve always been scared of the idea of rape since I was in middle school, but since I didn’t know anyone personally who got raped, I came to the conclusion that it is the drunk girl’s fault.
Raping a little girl is unforgivable. Child pornography as well. I don’t understand this guy’s reasoning. Not a guy, more like a 미친 영감탱이 (translation: derogatory term for crazy old grandpa). Reading the details really makes me understand how messed up this situation is. The Korean court sentenced him to only 12 years in jail. That in itself is messed up. This guy has been charged with other rape incidents and he is only sentenced 12 years?! I think, first of all, cut off his dick and get a life sentence. Then, he can’t ruin anymore lives.
Korea is very “conservative.” I want to live in Korea and all, but it is a fake society. Maybe one day I will fully realize that, but right now I am still dying to go live there for awhile. Since Koreans are so “conservative,” they like to hide a lot of things. Apparently, this incident occurred back in December of 2008. There weren’t any news articles about it. A Korean documentary show revealed this secret in September 2009.
I’ve been reading a lot of random articles. The more articles I read, the more I realize how messed up the world is. I have been living in a bubble in the suburbs of Chicago. I am still living in a bubble, here in Syracuse. I knew the world was messed up, but not the intensity of it. The world really needs Jesus Christ. Korea needs Jesus.