Did US Embassy 'support' Park's resignation? - Korea Times

The U.S. Embassy in Seoul may have expressed its unity with and support for the ongoing anti-President Geun-hye rally by joining part of the event. Streets in Gwanghwamun Square in central Seoul on Saturday were jam-packed with protesters holding ...

More than 2 million take to streets calling for Park's resignation - The Korea Herald

Up to 2.3 million people took to the streets across the nation on Saturday in their sixth consecutive weekend rally, to demand the President Park Geun-hye's resignation over an influence-peddling and corruption scandal. If organizers' figures are ...

'We want Park gone now, not later' - The Korea Herald

It was the largest rally in South Korea's history, held in an amazingly peaceful and orderly manner. Yet, the message was stern and unforgiving: President Park Geun-hye should be removed from office right now, not several months later. The protests ...

South Korea opposition parties file motion to impeach president, rejecting her resignation - National Post

South Korea's three opposition parties filed a motion Saturday to impeach President Park Geun-hye, rejecting her offer earlier in the week to resign in the wake of an influence-peddling scandal. Parliament will vote next week on the motion, which has ...

Over 1mn S. Koreans protest embattled President Park, opposition seeks impeachment (PHOTOS, VIDEOS) - RT

Around 1.8 million people are attending protests in South Korea calling for scandal-plagued President Park Geun-hye to resign over alleged corruption. Meanwhile, opposition parties have introduced a long-promised impeachment bill. Seoul is once again ...