In Korea, there is a very reliable broadcast for Koreans.
Broadcasting has been on air since 1992.
The name of the broadcast is 'That's what I want to know (그것이 알고싶다)'
And next week, this show will air about Burning Sun.
It is a journalistic broadcast that analyzes corruption, society, religion, and unresolved cases in Korea.
The reason why the broadcasts are supported by Koreans for a long time is that they are more widely viewed, analyzed, and explained in detail than the nation's criminal investigation agencies.
In past episodes of this broadcast, the program analyzed long-term unsolved cases that have not been solved for a long time in Korea. Then came the job and facial sketches of the suspect, whom no one had found out.
(But this broadcast is not God. It doesn't solve everything. However, it is supported by Koreans for a long time because it is a broadcasting that does an in-depth analysis of cases.)
The broadcast also aired about the murder of detective Lee Yong-joon, whom I talked about when I first wrote.
It was the 781st episode of the show. The title of the episode is "The Death of a Detective."
The Internet Address Watching This Episode (http://allvod.sbs.co.kr/allvod/vodEndPage.do?mdaId=22000003325 …) But subtitles are not supported.
South Koreans are very excited about next week's broadcast.
The trailer for the next week's episode came out.
There were various kinds of announcements.
First, real owner of Burning Sun is a hotel in a large company. And the people in the club 'Monkey Museum' are the real owners of the club. Second, what is the media hiding? Third, there is evidence that the wife of someone in Gangnam Police Station was bribed.
This is only a trailer. The broadcast analyzed the incident in detail for about three months and will air next week.