Hyundai Motor Group Chairman Chung Mong Koo, the second wealthiest man in Korea, appeared in Seoul Central District Court today wearing a black-and-blue-striped prison uniform and apologized for causing public concern over his company’s bribery scandal. “I am sorry for causing trouble and concern over this case,” Chung is reported as saying to a panel of three judges headed by Central District Judge Kim Dong-oh. “I don’t have time to look back,” he said. “I have only looked ahead with ...
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