Byeong-chae, the son of former lawmaker Kwak Sang-do, was summoned to the prosecution for the third time, who was accused of working at Hwacheon Daeyu and receiving billions of won in the name of severance pay.

The investigation team in charge of the Seoul Central District Prosecutors' Office called Kwak as the accused and investigated today (14th).

Prosecutors believe that former lawmaker Kwak received 2.5 billion won after tax through his son in exchange for help in the process of forming a consortium between Hwacheon Daeyu and Hana Bank.

The prosecution had previously called in Kwak twice in October of last year to conduct an investigation.

The first trial preparation date for former lawmaker Kwak, who was arrested on the 22nd of last month, is scheduled to be held at the Seoul Central District Court on the 17th.