Jung Yoo-jeong’s lighthearted walk after murder ‘creepy’…body carrier in hand

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A closed-circuit (CC) TV video captured the aftermath of the murder of Jung Jeong-jeong (23), who killed a young woman she met through a tutoring application (app) under a false identity, mutilated her body, and then abandoned it.

In the video, Jung Yoo-jeong is seen dragging a suitcase (carrier) to carry the body from her home, and her light steps are shocking as if she is traveling.

According to the Busan National Police Agency on February 2, Jung, who is suspected of murdering victim A on March 26 and dumping his body along the Nakdong River, took a suitcase from her home after the murder and returned to A’s house to put part of the mutilated body in the suitcase.

Netizens who saw the video, which showed Jung Yoo-jeong wearing a black skirt, flapping her hair and walking with wide strides, commented, “Her steps are fast and confident,” “She almost looks cheerful,” and “Her steps are light and cheerful, not fearful, and it gives me goosebumps.”

Lawyer Sohn Soo-ho appeared on CBS Radio’s “Kim Hyun-jung’s News Show” on the same day and pointed out that “rather than a sense of guilt or fear, I think it might be the other way around.

Jung Jeong-jeong, 23, who is suspected of killing a fellow woman and abandoning her body, leaves Dongnae Police Station in Busan on the morning of Feb. 2 to be transferred to the prosecutor’s office. BUSAN=Yonhap

After dragging the suitcase back to Ms. A’s메이저놀이터 house, Jung had mutilated the body and placed parts of it in the suitcase. She then loaded the suitcase into a taxi at around 0:50 a.m. on March 27 and dumped the body in a forest near the Nakdong River in Yangsan, Gyeongnam, about 10 kilometers from A’s house.

At the time, a taxi driver carrying Jung Yoo-jeong was suspicious that a woman was dragging a suitcase into the woods in the early morning hours and called the police.

Meanwhile, while searching for her target on a tutoring brokerage app, Jeong first contacted A on March 24, pretending to be a parent and saying, “I’m sending my middle school daughter to you to tutor her.”

Two days later, at around 5:40 p.m. on March 26, Jung Yoo-jeong went to A’s home in Geumjeong-gu, Busan, wearing a second-hand school uniform, met him, and wielded a weapon to commit the crime.

She confessed to the crime to the police, saying, “I did it because I wanted to kill him.” Initially, Jung claimed to have “accidentally committed the crime while arguing with the victim,” but police interrogation and family persuasion reportedly caused a change of heart.

In front of the Dongnae Police Station in Busan before being sent to the prosecutor’s office on the morning of the same day, Jung said, “I’m sorry to the victim and her family,” in response to questions from reporters such as, “Why did you kill the victim?” and “Did you have a specific reason for killing the victim?

When asked, “Did you try to disguise it as a missing person’s case?” he replied, “I think I was out of my mind. I’m sorry.”

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