Cyber Hell: Exposing an Internet Horror is a rattling and quite eye-opening true crime documentary that premiered exclusively on Netflix on May 18, 2022.
Directed by Choi Jin-sung, the documentary delves deep into the dark world of the internet and investigates the chilling case of the Nth Room. The Nth Room was reportedly an online sex abuse and blackmail circle that blackmailed girls and women into sharing extremely sexually explicit video content in South Korea.
According to reports, Moon Hyung-wook, infamously known as GodGod, is one of the main masterminds and culprits behind the Nth Room.
The official synopsis of Cyber Hell: Exposing an Internet Horror, published by Netflix reads:
“‘This was nothing short of abuse’…exposing the chat room atrocities of 2019 that shocked South Korea”
Without further delay, let’s dig deep and find out all about the alleged culprit GodGod.
Cyber Hell: Exposing an Internet Horror is currently streaming on Netflix
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Moon Hyung-wook, commonly known as GodGod, is said to be the diabolical mastermind behind the heinous case of the Nth Room that inspired the Netflix true crime documentary Cyber Hell: Exposing an Internet Horror. He is said to have blackmailed a number of young girls and women into filming highly sexualized footage, which he then sold through Telegram groups.
He was also the creator of the Nth Rooms. These were Telegram chat rooms that reportedly contained images and videos for a large number of group members. Moon initially targeted underage girls and women who had uploaded a revealing picture of themselves online.
He would then get some personal information about them and blackmail them into posting sexually explicit videos and pictures. After receiving these, Moon sent them to these telegram groups. Reportedly, members of the group paid to view the explicit content.
According to the allegations, Moon amassed a collection of sexually abusive and explicit films and photos of approximately twenty-one girls and blackmailed at least three of the girls’ parents with explicit video content. He is also accused of having involved nearly ten underage girls in this heinous operation. He is also accused of uploading more than 4,000 videos to the online platform Telegram from 2017 to 2019.
Where is GodGod now?
Moon Hyung-wook, also known as GodGod, was arrested in 2021 at the age of 24 for his gruesome crime. He was eventually sentenced to 34 years in prison for creating and running Telegram chat rooms and distributing sexually explicit video clips.
In addition, Moon was reportedly ordered to wear an ankle bracelet 30 years after his release from prison. Moon is reportedly currently in a correctional facility in South Korea, serving his sentence for his crimes.
Cho Soon Pyo, the presiding judge on the case, had said:
“The defendant has caused irreparable damage to his victims through his anti-social crime that undermines human dignity.” (via Koreaboo)
Don’t forget to watch the horrifying and spooky true crime documentary Cyber Hell: Exposing an Internet Horrorcurrently streaming on Netflix, as of this May 18, 2022.