According to South Korean media reports, on the afternoon of January 18 local time, a large number of people in South Korea held a parade to publicly support Park Geun hye. And some participants marched along the driveway after the rally, shouting slogans such as "Wen zaiyin steps down", "Park Geun hye is not guilty", "impeachment is invalid", etc. It is understood that park Geun hye was impeached and stepped down because of her trusted political work and the bribery case of the National Intelligence Agency.
South Korea's "our Republican Party" held a rally in Busan on the afternoon of the 18th, with a large number of people participating in the March and shouting slogans to support South Korea's former President Park Geun hye, South Korean media reported. The procession was on its way to the east of Busan, when a certain car was turning right, it hit the marchers. The accident injured seven people (three men and four women) attending the rally and sent them to a nearby hospital for treatment.
"During the street parade, vehicles suddenly broke into the procession and injured the participants," one witness said. It is reported that police are investigating driver a to find out the exact cause of the accident.
Park Geun hye, the former president of South Korea, was born in Daegu on February 2, 1952. Park Geun hye's father is Park Chung Hee, the fifth to ninth president of South Korea, his mother Lu Ying Xiu, and his sister Park Geun Ling and younger brother Park Chi Wan. He was a member of the new national party and Congress; his father and mother were assassinated at a party. Park Geun hye is the first female president in South Korea's history, the first elected female president in East Asia, and the only father and daughter in South Korea.
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