Koreans want to shmon their President.

In South Korea, a special prosecutor and his team engaged in a corruption investigation into the interim President of the country, Park Geun-hye, declared their readiness to conduct searches in the official residence of the state leader, Reuters reported, citing a representative of the supervisory authority.
The final decision on conducting operational activities is not yet pleasant. However, according to the representative of the prosecutor's office, searches will be conducted publicly in the event of a positive decision of the authorities. “We are still considering whether searches are necessary and, if necessary, what purpose they should pursue,” the official said.
As noted by Reuters, the supervisory authority intends to conduct searches at the residence of Park Geun-hye in connection with suspicions that arose in relation to the girlfriend and ally of the ousted president Choi Sung-Syl.
According to investigators, she, with the connivance of the President, abused connections and put pressure on large companies to attract millions of dollars to the funds controlled by her.
As stated by the representative of the prosecutor's office, the supervisory authority needs to get access to the residence of the ousted president as part of the ongoing investigation. However, according to Reuters, Park Geun-hye is immune from prosecution, despite the suspension of her powers.
The presidential powers of Park Geun-hye were temporarily suspended after the parliament voted for its impeachment on 9 December. The acting head of state was Prime Minister Hwang Ge An. The final process of removing the president from power will be completed after the approval of the results of the voting by the Constitutional Court.
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Choi Sung Sil, an adviser and fortune-teller of South Korean President Park Geun-hye, was summoned to the special prosecutor for questioning. Reports about it on Saturday, December 24, Reuters.
A woman is suspected of bribery, embezzlement and transfer of stolen money abroad. Choi, dressed in a gray prison uniform and wearing a bandage covering his face, was led to the prosecutor through a crowd of journalists. She did not answer a single question from reporters.
The fortune-teller Choi Sung Sil caused a political crisis in South Korea.She is accused of putting pressure on dozens of major firms to transfer money to two non-profit funds. The case involves a sum of 77.4 billion won ($ 65.6 million). Former presidential second assistant Chung Ho Song is accused of passing classified information to the president's girlfriend.

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