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Ground zero for observing the fate of Park Geun-hye – and South Korean society more generally – was a rigidly divided stretch of road near the Constitutional Court in northern Seoul. On one side, a crowd desperate for the court to uphold Park’s long-awaited impeachment; on the other, self-appointed patriots clamouring for her to remain in office. A steel barricade and countless riot police stood between them. On the side in favour of Park’s ouster, protesters sat in orderly rows. Shortly before
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