Northeast Asia | From presidential palace to prison privileges, life inside for Korea's political princess

From presidential palace to prison privileges, life inside for Korea’s political princess

Detained Park Geun-hye, South Korea's 65-year-old former president, could be given a slightly bigger cell but apart from that will be subject to the same rules as other prisoners, on everything from meals to room inspections

April 1, 2017 3:07 AM (UTC+8)
Park's prison regime will mean  rising at about 6:30 a.m. and going to bed at around 9 p.m, and being allowed to watch television during the day but only a single channel with pre-recorded programmes authorised by the Justice Ministry. File photo: Reuters
Park's prison regime will mean rising at about 6:30 a.m. and going to bed at around 9 p.m, and being allowed to watch television during the day but only a single channel with pre-recorded programmes authorised by the Justice Ministry. File photo: Reuters
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