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A Danish court has started proceedings to decide whether the daughter of the former confidante of South Korea's ousted president can be extradited to face prosecution in her home country.
The 20-year-old Chung Yoo-ra is the daughter of Choi Soon-sil, who is jailed in South Korea on suspicion of bribery and receiving favors from companies in return for manipulating government affairs.
Chung Soo-ra, who is wanted as part of the corruption investigation, was arrested in Aalborg, northern Denmark, on January 1 on an international warrant.
A lower court last month determined that all conditions for her extradition request had been met. Wednesday's appeal hearing was scheduled to last one day.
President Park Geun-hye was removed from office last month on allegations that she colluded with Choi.
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