December 15th, a South Korean court issued a special decree against the release of Cho Doo-sun, the prototype criminal of Sowon. One of them is to prohibit Cho Doo-sun from drinking too much for seven years.
According to the court’s regulations, Zhao Doushun’s blood alcohol concentration after drinking should not exceed 0.03%, which is equivalent to drinking up to two cups of soju a day.
South Korea’s Central Daily reported on the 16th that if he violates the above prohibition, Zhao Doushun will be sentenced to imprisonment of up to one year or a fine of up to 5 million won.
In addition, if Zhao Doushun wants to drink, he must report it to the observation center in advance and specify the time and place of drinking. As soon as the news came out, it immediately aroused doubts from all walks of life in South Korea. It is understood that Zhao Doushun began to drink at the age of 17, and became addicted to alcohol after marriage. He once drank one or two bottles of soju every time he ate.
And he committed several crimes because he lost control of alcohol, including theft, rape, violence, etc. In view of this, all circles in South Korea demand that “Zhao Doo-shun should be completely banned from drinking”, but South Korean legal circles believe that issuing alcohol restriction orders for people released after serving their sentences is rare in themselves and suspected of unconstitutionality (infringinging on the basic rights of citizens), which is easy to be criticized as “not right to people”.