2. Close of inscription, reading: (French) "...equality, brotherhood"
3. Tracking shot from inside car of police vehicles outside Palais de Justice
4. Various of police vehicles outside Palais de Justice
5. SOUNDBITE (French) Patrick Maisonneuve, defence lawyer for South Korean woman, Yoo Somena:
"A decision has been taken on a Korean political level in order to jeopardise her and her family, because those responsible have to be found, scapegoats have to be found concerning the tragic accident that has occurred."
6. Close of door outside courtroom
7. Maisonneuve and assistant going into courtroom
8. Close of sign reading: (French) "Inquiry rooms"
9. SOUNDBITE (French) Patrick Maisonneuve, defence lawyer for South Korean woman, Yoo Somena:
"I regret that the French authorities and justice - even if they have the right to execute international mandates - lend themselves to something without any judicial base concerning the accusations against her, like embezzlement since 2004. She is accused of embezzlement in a society in 2004, meanwhile she only became a member of that company in 2008."
10. Zoom out of police vehicle inside Palais de Justice compound
11. Pan exterior of Palais de Justice
12. SOUNDBITE (French) Patrick Maisonneuve, defence lawyer for South Korean woman, Yoo Somena:
"I think she should have been freed until the appeal court could examine the judicial files delivered by the Korean judicial authorities. I'm waiting for these files impatiently. The Korean letter stamp has been executed by the French justice. It's a bit brutal what I'm saying, but I say it like that."
A French appeals court on Wednesday decided keep in detention, pending extradition, the daughter of a South Korean tycoon, who is believed to be the owner of a ferry that sank last month.
The disaster left more than 300 people dead or missing.
Yoo Somena appeared before a judge on Wednesday.
She was detained early on Tuesday at her home near the Champs-Elysees in Paris, said officials familiar with the matter on condition of anonymity because they were not authorised to speak publicly about the matter.
French police were acting on an international arrest warrant issued May 8 by South Korean officials on suspicion that she was involved in embezzlement from 2004 to 2013, the officials said.
But Yoo's French lawyer said the claims were without basis.
"I regret that the French authorities and justice - even if they have the right to execute international mandates - lend themselves to something without any judicial base concerning the accusations against her," said Patrick Maisonneuve.
Yoo, 47, is the daughter of Yoo Byung-eun, a mysterious billionaire whom South Korean authorities believe to be the owner of the Sewol ferry that sank April 16.
Nearly six weeks after the disaster, 288 bodies have been recovered and 16 people are missing.
Most on board were high school students.
South Korean authorities have issued a reward of half a million dollars for tips leading to Yoo Byung-eun, who faces allegations of tax evasion, embezzlement and professional negligence.