Here’s the movie made about his crimes:
I really enjoyreading about and studying serial killers. I think they reveal a fundamental aspect about human nature that we could all benefit from if we could learn why they do what they do.
As a fan of CSI, I find it rather sad that many serial killers before 1990 couldn’t be caught because technology wasn’t available, and that the evidence can’t be used today (usually because of storage issues.)
One of the most famous stories of a serial killer who seemingly had help from a bungling police department was Jeffrey Dahmer, who had one of his drugged victims escape, naked and incoherent, and the police brought him back to Dahmer, dismissing the entire incident as a homosexual lover’s spat.
That being said, the story of Yong-Chul has so many absurdities, the film almost seems like a parody or comedy. That is, until you read the real story, and find that the there were so many screw-ups that the reality seems like a parody of the film.