Chilling stalker killed entire family before 'living with corpses' and eating their food

On March 21, Kim Tae-hyun, 25, arrived at an apartment complex in Seoul, South Korea, impersonating a delivery driver, armed with weapons, and killing a woman, her younger sister, and her mother

Kim Tae-hyun (25) from South Korea has killed three family members (

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A stalker posed as a delivery driver before breaking into his obsession’s home and stabbing her to death after executing her sister and mother in revenge for the cold shoulder.

Kim Tae-hyun, 25, of South Korea has been blocked on social media and over the phone by a woman he was obsessed with after being “met through an online game.” Koreaherald.com reports.

The victim, who was unnamed in her home country under trial laws, changed her number, but the killer got her new one and, after seeing her address on social media, forged a sinister plot to kill her.

Before that, he did some research on the internet for things like “emergency hiding places” and “how to kill a person quickly”.

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The killer at the Dobong Police Station in Seoul on April 9, 2021
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On March 21, Tae-hyun arrived in Seoul as a delivery driver, armed with weapons.

He was asked to leave the package outside, but remained silent and hid until the door was opened minutes later.

The victim’s younger sister, 22, opened the door. The killer broke in and stabbed her.

The mother returned later that night, but was brutally killed by Tae-hyun.

And an hour later, the woman he had been chasing to find the bodies of her mother and sister came.

Tae-hyun seen on CCTV images before going to his victim’s apartment complex
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She suffered the same fate and was stabbed in the neck.

Tae-hyun stayed in the house for three days and ate her food and drank her alcohol.

Friends of the main target called the police after 72 hours. They were shocked to find the killer in the midst of three bodies.

Prosecutors had requested the death penalty, but it was denied because he recognized most of his crimes and had no serious criminal record prior to that day, but was charged with petty theft charges and a fine for harassing someone on social media.

The surviving family members are considering appealing the verdict, believing that life behind bars does not match the scale of the gruesome crimes.

On Tuesday, the Seoul Northern District Court concluded that the crime was premeditated and planned.

Before going to the address shown, he did an internet search for things like “How to kill a person quickly”
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Tae-hyun was convicted of murder, theft, harassment, breaking and entering and misusing communications networks earlier this month.

He apologized to the family and said his heart hurts for the victims.

The killer also issued a statement saying he deeply regrets his crimes “although it is not so certain whether the testimony came from the bottom of my heart,” the court said.

Since the horrific case shook South Korea, the country passed a law that imprisoned convicted stalkers for up to five years instead of the previous 29 days.

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