The Investigative Team of Past Affairs at the Supreme Prosecutor's Office has submitted its final report on the late actress Jang Ja-yeon's sexual abuse case.
The results of the 13-month long investigation are expected to be unveiled later this week.
The case was reopened after a petition on the presidential website calling for a reinvestigation gathered more than 600,000 signatures prompting President Moon to request prosecutors for thorough fact-finding into the case.
Jang committed suicide in 2009, leaving behind a seven-page letter listing 31 high-profile figures in the entertainment industry, press, corporate and politics whom she wrote had committed sexual crimes against her.
The police previously investigated seventeen people from the list, but they were all dismissed due to lack of evidence.