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.>> Hundreds of thousands of people rallying in South Korea in what's thought to be the largest protest yet against president Park Geun-hye. Organizers say one and a half million people gathered in Seoul on Saturday night demanding Park step down. She's accused of allowing a friend to meddle in state affairs, and her approval rating sits at less than 5%.
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Protests are now in their fifth week. But while Park has apologized twice over the scandal, she's digging in her heels. Her five-year term ends in February 2018, but opposition parties are canvassing for support to impeach her.