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MUSIC]
00:00:01
It's the kind of party you see at New Year and perhaps no wonder, for many in South Korea this is a new beginning. Their president impeached and thrown out of office.>>
FOREIGN]
> It is concerning that the various conflicts seen until now might be aggravated or that the election atmosphere might get overheated.>>
00:00:18
>>
NOISE]>>
But the ousted leader still has her supporters. They too gathering in huge numbers just across town to demonstrate against Park's impeachment.>>
00:00:42
>> I believe the president's impeachment was not made based on constitution, but on political judgement. I think this is unfair.
00:00:49
00:00:52
Such deep divisions will be hard to heal before an election has been promised within two months.>>
APPLAUSE
>> Those concerns will spread a lot further than South Korea, at a time when tensions with the North continue to rise.
00:01:15
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NOISE]