Loyal supporters of impeached president Park Geun-hye just won't give up. Now, they have their very own presidential candidate.
After the ruling by the Constitutional Court of Korea to remove Park Geun-hye on Friday. Mar. 10, pro-Park supporters lashed out their anger at journalists.
South Koreans are used to hearing sentences that end in hadeora, a verb meaning “it is said that….” This particular…
A growing number of conservatives are competing against the anti-Park Geun-hye protests by holding their own "Taegeukgi Rally" to "defend democracy."
It looks like President Park Geun-hye has no friends left. But a group of die-hard fans, known as the I Love Park Geun-hye Club or "Parksamo," still continue to cheer her as her father's one true heir.
By revising the history textbook, the government will whitewash the past to bolster the conservative cause at the expense of the education system and South Korea’s international reputation as a democracy.