Nation: Park Returns

Some Congressmen may go

Although he once called Washington his second home, for nearly a year and a half he did all he could to avoid visiting it again. But this week, finally, South Korean Wheeler-Dealer Tongsun Park was due back in the capital to begin more than a month of long-awaited testimony about the Korean influence-buying scandal.

Before his departure from Seoul's Kimpo Airport, Park seemed as smooth and unruffled as he had been during the eleven years he spent as a millionaire Washington partygiver and rice broker who liked to hand out...

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