It seems the buzz around The Crucible and child abuse in South Korea, along with the public outrage, has pushed the government to revise the law around it and also around the abuse of people with disabilities.
Things have become much stricter for such offenders and if there are no big loopholes in this, then it's a significant step for the better.
I don't trust such "laws" myself, as I know very well that the cruel monsters calling themselves "politicians" always manage to let things conveniently slip through, but it's at least something.
I feel that anyone who worked on the movie will be very relieved to see they did their part in at least getting a big problem out in the open.
Hope this does give perverts and bastards a run for their money and get them to think a bit more before they dare touch a person they have no business touching.
Also, the school where the events depicted in the movie took place will be shut down, if all goes well and no one slimes their way out of it. Article about this here.