With just three days left to the interrogation of former President Park Geun-hye, prosecutors are going all out in their preparations for the highly anticipated questioning.
Senior prosecutors at the special investigative headquarters were working on Saturday to check details related to the investigation of the ex-president.
On Tuesday morning, Park will leave her private residence in a vehicle provided by the presidential office for her scheduled arrival at the prosecutors' office at 9:30 a.m.
She will then stand in front of an army of reporters right before the entry into the prosecution.
The impeached ex-president faces 13 charges in relation to the massive Choi Soon-sil scandal that led to her ouster.
In addition to allegations that Park and Choi received bribes from Samsung Group for its heir's ownership succession, the prosecution also suspects SK Group’s donations to the Mir and K-Sports foundations were for the presidential pardon of then-incarcerated group chairman Chey Tae-won.
Three former and incumbent SK executives were investigated over the allegation on Wednesday.
Park was removed from office on a court ruling that upheld her impeachment on March tenth.