Watch What Happens Next Very Carefully | Sus “Committee” to Review Unsolved Mystery?


It’s been over 50 days and we still have no definitive conclusion from the police investigation into the unsolved mystery of Son Jung Min, the 22-year-old medical student whose tragic end in the Han River has stirred the nation’s consciousness. Perhaps in order to allay the public’s suspicions of coverup, collusion or mismanagement, a special committee will advise on whether to wrap up the investigation or extend it further.

Additional CCTV analysis shows new clues into the whereabouts of Son Jung Min’s missing shoes and resolves some fake news stories about his being punched. Plus, learn more about Korea’s surprising defamation laws where the truth – rather than setting you free – can actually put you in jail. We delve into the latest legal attacks against a conservative YouTube channel that’s been at the forefront of gathering factual forensic analysis in this case.

If you’d like to send your recorded thoughts about the Son Jung Min mystery as mentioned in the video, please do the following:

Reply to each question in about 60 seconds or less:

1. How does this case make you feel? How do you feel about this case?

2. What would you like to say to Son Jung Min’s family?

3. What would you like to say to the people of South Korea (citizens, legal system, police, government, parents, students, etc.)?

Feel free to answer any or all. Upload as a private or unlisted video on YouTube and email the link to: I’ll download it and edit it into a future video depending on how many of you guys respond.

From Koreans I’ve talked to here, they’re really curious about how people around the world think about this case. And they’re really touched that so many of you have cared so deeply and have found a shared mission to right some serious injustices in this world. I look forward to hearing from you!

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