SEOUL (AFP) - A former senior South Korean presidential spokesman was Sunday charged with receiving bribes from a troubled savings bank that was trying to avoid having its operations suspended, Yonhap news agency said. Kim Du-Woo, former senior spokesman for President Lee Myung-Bak, was indicted on charges of allegedly receiving more than 130 million won ($112,000) from Park Tae-Gyu, a lobbyist for Busan Savings Bank, the agency reported, quoting prosecution officials. Kim, 54, resigned in September over a corruption probe of the bank by state prosecutors.