Round-up: Today’s top stories in the morning papers in Korea (March 24, 2017)
1. The candlelight vigil that led former President Park Geun-hye’s impeachment will be held again this week. The Organization for Korean Behavioral Emergency Demanding Park Geun-hye’s Resignation held a press conference and said the 21st rally would be held on Gwanghwamun Square, calling for Park’s arrest.
With people’s demand, she was impeached. With people power, she will be arrested. Your Highness, please.
2. Two sister hairdressers who have done Park Geun-hye’s upstyle hair went to her private residence on the 23rd, a day after the interrogation of the ousted president. Park who spent 90 minutes getting her hair styled while Sewol ferry sank did not give up her signature upstyle hair even on the 23rd when salvage operation of lifting Sewol ferry was underway.
Who is going to do Park’s upstyle hair when she is arrested? I want to her hair undone.
3. Important and contemporary writers from South Korea left angry messages when the sunken ferry slowly emerged from the sea. Poets and writers such as Go Eun and Cho Jung-rae enraged over the Korean government’s slow response to making excuses such as weather when lifting the ferry was not a difficult task.
The weather has probably been during the Park administration. Well, it has been dark.