The presidential office Cheong Wa Dae said on the 28th that it has found additional documents from the former administration. Some of the findings were related to the alleged blacklist of cultural figures critical of the former conservative administration.
Cheong Wa Dae spokesman Park Soo Hyun said over 9,000 computer files have been found in shared folders on computers used by officials from the former administration.
Such files may help prosecute the ousted former leader, Park Geun Hye, and her former aides who are currently facing trials partly on suspicions of creating the so-called blacklist of cultural figures and using it as a reference to exclude listed persons from receiving any government support.
Source: Gwangju Metropolitan City