DP elects new floor leader as party chief appears in court
Democratic Party (DP) leader Lee Jae-myung appeared at Seoul Central District Court on Tuesday morning to attend a hearing on an arrest warrant request filed by prosecutors accusing him of corruption charges.
Ex-President Moon meets hospitalized DP's Lee Jae-myung
Former President Moon was in Seoul for the first time since leaving office to attend a fifth-anniversary event of the Sept. 19 Pyongyang Declaration held in Yeouido, Seoul, on Tuesday.
Former journalist denies 2022 election manipulation
“I don’t think [Yoon Suk Yeol] was in the position as the head of the Supreme Prosecutors’ Office Central Investigation Department to do so,” Kim said, referring to accusations against Yoon stopped an investigation in 2011.
Court says no to extending detention of key Daejang-dong figure
The former journalist is suspected of attempting to manipulate the results of the last presidential election through a false interview, which framed then People Power Party candidate Yoon Suk Yeol.
Prosecutors to summon DP chief over North Korean lobbying
Prosecutors plan to summon Democratic Party (DP) leader Lee Jae-myung on suspicion of being a party to bribery in relation to an underwear company’s illegal lobbying of North Korea.
Arrest me or stop scheming, DP chief dares prosecutors
Democratic Party (DP) leader Lee Jae-myung on Thursday threw down the gauntlet to prosecutors by calling on them to arrest him before the National Assembly reconvenes next month.
Prosecutors summon DP's Lee Jae-myung over alleged favoritism in development project
Lee accused the government of targeting him as a diversion from their own crisis. Bae So-hyeon, a close aide to Lee, received a 10-month prison sentence and 160 hours of community service for violating election laws and spreading false information.
Former special counsel Park Young-soo arrested on second attempt
The former special counsel smashed his smartphone with a hammer in February, around the time when the Democratic Party urged a special counsel against the so-called ‘5-billion won’ club, which Park is among the six people implicated.
Former special counsel appears at second warrant review
Former special counsel Park Young-soo appeared at a warrant review hearing held at the Seoul Central District Court on Thursday morning to determine whether he should be arrested over corruption allegations tied to a high-profile development scandal.
Ex-special counsel's relatives raided over Daejang-dong suspicions
Prosecutors on Tuesday raided the homes of former special counsel Park Young-soo’s daughter and wife, widening their probe into Park’s ties to a prominent land development scandal.