South Korean military affairs department sends notice of successful enlistment to transfer jurisdiction to military court

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 South Korean military affairs department sends notice of successful enlistment to transfer jurisdiction to military court


The former member of BigBang, a South Korean mens group, withdrew from the group after a series of scandals broke out in 2019. He was sent for examination for seven suspects involving overseas gambling, arranged sex trade, violation of food hygiene law, misappropriation of public funds, violation of sexual violence punishment law, etc. the local criminal Department of Seoul Central Government decided yesterday not to detain him for prosecution. On the 31st, it was reported that he was suspected of arranging sex trade and overseas investors Gambling and other cases have been assigned to the Central District Court of Seoul, which is responsible for sex crimes.

Earlier, it was pointed out that Shengli would join the army next month, and relevant cases would also be transferred to the military search agency and the military court for investigation and trial. However, since the case would be heard in the central local court, it is unknown whether it would affect his enlistment. On January 31, the military affairs department also said: we will consider legal issues and decide whether to issue a enlistment notice to Shengli in a short time.