NETFLIX fans were left disgusted after a first look at a new documentary about a sexual abuse ring that shook South Korea.
Cyber Hell: Exposing an Internet Horror is available to watch on the streaming service on from May 18.
It tells the story of one of the country's biggest online sex abuse rings.
The synopsis reads: “Anonymous and exploitative, a network of online chat rooms ran rampant with sex crimes. The hunt to take down its operators required guts and tenacity.”
Director Choi Jin-seong investigates the "Nth Room" case, an online network in South Korea which dealt in blackmail, cybersex trafficking, and which disseminated videos of sexual exploitation across Telegram between 2018 and 2020.
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A South Korean court sentenced the mastermind Cho Ju-bin to 40 years in prison.
He was found guilty of running a group which blackmailed girls into sharing sexual videos that were then posted in pay-to-view chatrooms.
74 people, including 16 underage girls, were exploited and at least 10,000 people used the chatrooms, with some paying up to £1,000 for access.
The true-crime trailer features snippets of interviews with investigators and journalists as well as sinister footage of the 26-year-old online network leader.
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Viewers were left deeply disturbed after viewing the teaser.
One said: “This is one of the most horrible cases, it's good to see that Netflix is doing something about it!!”
Another wrote: "I got chills while watching this trailer.”
A third penned: “This case is one of the most horrific cases I've seen in my life.”
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