This video says about itself:
12 November 2016
One million people, according to organisers, took to the streets of Seoul on Saturday, to demand the resignation of President Park Geun-hye and the calling of a early presidential election.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
South Korea: Global trade union leaders join protest against Park
Saturday 12th November 2016
INTERNATIONAL trade unions will join protests today against the South Korean government’s crackdown on the labour movement.
A delegation of global union leaders will join today’s mass protests to demand the release of six national union officials who were jailed in 2015 as well as the resignation of scandal-embroiled President Park Geun Hye.
The delegation, which includes IndustriALL general secretary Valter Sanches, Building and Wood Workers International general secretary Ambet Yuson and International Transport Workers Federation (ITF) assistant general secretary Rob Johnston, met on Friday with the imprisoned trade unionists.
The ITF said Korean unions are fighting government plans to accelerate privatisation, further casualise the workforce and introduce a performance pay system that it claims is discriminatory and divisive.
“Trade unions across the world strongly believe that the attack on South Korea’s unions is symptomatic of a deeper crisis of democracy, which is characterised by the collusion between the government, corporations and the rich, in the pursuit of private profit,” said Mr Sanches.
The organisers of today’s march in Seoul expect as many as half a million people to attend — a number which has swelled massively since Ms Park apologised last month for allowing a close friend to influence state matters.
“This scandal that has revealed decades of corruption and cronyism calls into question Park Geun Hye’s right to rule and vindicates the Korean workers’ fight against regressive labour reforms and trade union imprisonments,” said Mr Yuson.
Mr Johnston vowed to “challenge the Korean government’s continuing and failed attempts to crush the union movement here.”