The National Election Commission met to determine the fate of under-fire Financial Supervisory Service chief Kim Ki-sik.
The session's objective is to discuss allegations against the head of the nation's financial watchdog..
The Cheongwadae. would refer to the commission's decision. to see whether his ethical standards as a lawmaker had been 'below average'.
Kim, who only became head of the FSS this month,. faces four allegations including, illegally giving nearly 46-thousand U.S. dollars to the Korea Institute for the Future in 2016,. going on overseas visits sponsored by financial institutions while he was a lawmaker few years ago,. and promoting a female intern who accompanied him on some of his trips.