On October 25, 2004, during Yoo’s trial, a spectator swore at him. Yoo lunged at the man, and ten guards plowed into the ensuing brawl. He was allowed to return after he signed a statement, “I will not cause any further agitation.” Back in the courtroom, Yoo stared at the victims’ families and said, “They were abnormal women. They deserved to be caught.”
Like a scene right out of Mary Shelly’s nightmarish Gothic novel Frankenstien, Korean embryologist Park Se-pill was attacked by one of his own creations. Unlike Dr. Frankenstein, Park was not attacked by a hideous reanimation of criminals’ dead body parts, but by a cow he cloned from the cell of a dead cow. Still, the irony is there.
In this very short clip taken from a dashcam video recorder, a woman in Korea begins the road test for her driver’s license by gently applying the gas. Then she pretty much drives straight off the road and flips the car while the examiner shouts for her to hit the brakes.
On July 15, 2004, the South Korean police arrested serial killer Yoo Young-cheol. Released from prison in 2003, he planned to kill 100 rich people, but first he practiced, capturing lots of stray dogs and beating them to death. Then he moved on to killing wealthy prostitutes.