On the 9th, the Supreme Court of South Korea ordered a prison sentence of 8 years in the first and second trials before the remand, and the remand trial in the judgment of the remand appeal of the man who killed Taiwanese student Soi Rin due to drunk driving in Seoul, South Korea. In support of the ruling, the defendant's appeal was dismissed and the sentence was finalized. So's mother, Kei Ishiu, said on the same day that she didn't want her daughter's death to be wasted and called on her not to drive drunk.
So, who was 28 at the time, died in November 2020 when he was hit by a car driven by a drunken man while crossing a pedestrian crossing. The judgments of the first and second trials ordered eight years in prison, but the Supreme Court remanded them, and the remand trial in March sentenced them to eight years in prison.
Mr. Ishi pointed out to the media that eight years in prison is the heaviest punishment for drunk driving in South Korea. She said she was happy to win, but she said, "My daughter isn't coming back anymore. How can I make up for her daughter's life in eight years? I'm thinking, "she revealed in her heartbreaking heart.
Her father, Sogei River, also called for strict punishment so that the South Korean government could protect the Korean people by facing the horror of drunk driving similar to planned murder.