How A Protest Movement Swelled To Oust South Korea’s President

Late on the night of Dec. 3, Joseph Kim was walking home to his apartment in Seoul’s Mapo district after another long day of protesting. The weekly demonstrations against the increasingly reviled President Park Geun-hye had become his new Saturday ritual, replacing his old ones of going out with friends or reading about Korean politics online. This was too important. And most of his friends were doing the same thing.

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