The prosecution, which is investigating the Daejang-dong allegation, has re- summoned Kim Man-bae, the owner of Hwacheon Daeyu, and Nam-wook, the lawyer who owns the 4th Cheonhwa-dongin, today (28th).

The Seoul Central District Prosecutor's Office's dedicated investigation team is investigating Kim and Nam as suspects this afternoon.

Those who appeared in the prosecution on the 26th side by side were recalled together in two days.

Prosecutors are known to refine the details of the charges while collecting evidence to prove the charges until the last minute ahead of the arrest warrant request for them.

Prosecutors are expected to request arrest warrants for both of them in the near future.

Prosecutors are known to include in the warrant that Kim promised to pay 70 billion won of development profits to Yoo Dong-gyu (arrested) former head of the Seongnam Urban Development Corporation (promise to pay bribes).

It is also known that lawyer Nam, along with accountant Jeong Young-hak, raised 300 million won to Yoo.

Kim, who met with reporters before appearing at the prosecution, asserts, "It has nothing to do with Rep. Kwak at all. Someone is riding the water." I did.

On the other hand, lawyer Nam entered the prosecutor's office without saying anything special.

Prosecutors are reported to have caught the circumstances in which Rep. Kwak helped in the process of forming the Hana Bank consortium while investigating Kim and Nam, lawyers, Jeong Young-hak, and Hana Bank officials.

Prosecutors suspect that Rep. Kwak helped Hwacheon Daeyu from the beginning of the Daejang-dong development project and received 5 billion won from his son after his death in return.

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