The former president of South Korea must also pay a fine of $ 15.3 million.
The court of appeal in Seoul raised the penalty on Friday for former South Korean president Pak Kun-hje for 25 years. He also has to pay 20 billion won (15.3 million euros), Jonhap said.
In April, the court sentenced the 66-year-old to debt for abuse of power and other corruption crimes, for which he won 24 years in prison and a fine of 18 billion (about 14 million euros).
The public prosecutor argued for a tightening of his sentence for 30 years in prison and a fine of 118.5 billion won (more than 91 million euros). The Public Prosecution Service claimed that they were wrongly exempted from certain costs.
The charge had 18 points
The trial of a former president with 18 charges, including corruption, extortion, abuse of the office or disclosure of state secrets, began last May.
According to the indictment Pak Kun-hje agreed secretly with his girlfriend, Chu Son, to take tens of millions of dollars in bribes and money earned by extortion from the biggest companies in the country. The ex-president of the accusations refused to be politically motivated.
The action of Pak Kun-hje as president ended on March 10, 2017, when the murder was confirmed by the Constitutional Court. She was the first woman in this position in the history of South Korea and at the same time the first head of state.