Netflix is ready with its new true-crime documentary, Cyber Hell: Exposing an Internet Horror, directed by Choi Jin-sung. The premiere of the documentary is going to be on Wednesday, May 18, 2022, on Netflix streaming media.
The documentary is going to be a deep-down investigation of the cybercrime case in South Korea, that is “Nth Room”, the online network of corrupt and fraudulent users that became the online mafia of many digital crimes, blackmailing, and even s*xual exploitation.
This was one of the most widespread cases across South Korea and received major media attention. The show is centered on the hunting of the real faces behind the crime by the various cybercrime police officers, interviews of college students, and coverage of the journalists and media houses.
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It will shed light on the digital age and how horrible it can become if not used by the right hands. The Megamind behind the Nth Room exploited victims by occupying their personal information and blackmailing them in order to coerce them into filming p*rn*graphy movies, cybers*x trafficking, and the illegal circulation of s*xually exploited videos over the social media app from 2018 to 2020.
The victims were mostly minors, and there was a group of people who had been consuming the illegal channels. The case was so disturbing and complicated to solve that the investigating team decided to air it all over South Korea.
The series is based on true events and can give you a reflection of social media and the Internet, where things are two-sided. It will be inquisitive to know how the biggest scandal in South Korea has caused the pronity of so many people.
The trailer for the series was really incredible and quite intense. That would have hooked the audience to watch more about the biggest crime that happened.
Netflix’s approach to this show will put more forefront on people’s minds and therefore make a concerted effort to be aware of real-life cases, files, and situations.