Former South Korean prime minister Lee Wan Koo was questioned by prosecutors on Thursday as part of a widening corruption probe that prompted his resignation last month.
“Nothing can beat the truth,” Mr Lee told reporters as he turned up at the main prosecutors’ office in Seoul in response to a summons. “I will tell my side of the story in detail to prosecutors… and hope that this all will be resolved.”
Mr Lee stepped down as prime minister after being accused of taking 30 million won (S$36,300) in bribes.
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