The Yonhap News Agency said that the South Korean public prosecutor is looking into the possibility of opening a criminal case against Kim Yoo Jung, the sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
"South Korean lawyer Lee Kyung-jae filed a complaint with the Public Prosecutor's Office on July 8, accusing Kim Yu-jung of unlawfully demolishing the inter-Korean liaison office building. He hopes, by doing this, to draw the public's attention to a case," the agency said. Relations between Seoul and Pyongyang, which deteriorated sharply in June this year. "
"It is likely that the public prosecutor will refuse to open a criminal case against Kim Yoo Jung, who is the first vice-chairman of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of North Korea, because it is impossible to collect evidence. Even if a South Korean court issues a ruling condemning Kim," the agency said. Yoo Jung, it will be impossible to apply it to her. "
South Korean law punishes intentional destruction of others' property with a heavy fine and imprisonment for up to ten years.