BBC World News – South Korea protests

BBC World News – South Korea protests


[Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] hello I’m Tim Wilcox with BBC World News our top stories the team returns the bodies of the footballers killed in a plane crash in Colombia arrived back in Brazil for a public service Donald Trump angers China by speaking directly to Taiwan’s leader a break with decades of us Chinese diplomacy another huge protest in South Korea calling on the President to resign ahead of an impeachment vote next week [Music] [Music] hello and welcome to BBC World News let’s take you live to tens of thousands of people are protesting in the South Korean capital again against the country’s embattled president it comes as several opposition parties filed an impeachment motion against president Park geun-hye they accuse her of colluding with a close friend who’s now facing embezzlement charges are responsive Evans’s in seoul huge numbers again there Steven this what the sixth week in a row it is it’s almost like a ritual every Saturday now hundreds of thousands certainly you can’t actually emphasize Tim at the numbers exactly I’m on a balcony holding the phone myself I should add overlooking the Main Avenue up to the presidential compound and it’s been a file now people going up to the compound and registering a protest with candles and then coming back for the last three hours certainly so there’s no sign of the thing diminishing at all this is a big week in that at the end of the week the Parliament it moves from the streets to the Parliament and MPs will try to get president Park removed she’s resisting but there will be a motion of impeachment put which may well get the numbers and that would be the first time a sitting president of this country will have been impeached she’s repeatedly apologized hasn’t she but denied any criminal wrongdoing is there another leader emerging who’s leading this call for her to be impeached there’s no son that’s one of the difficulties the opposition of God it’s very hard to know who would succeed her and she says there are difficulties of this country and the difficulties are obvious they are about a hundred miles that way it’s called North Korea and there is a new president coming in the United States who’s thrown doubt on the relationship you say she’s apologized she’s kind of apologized she’s apologized that the Korean people have been so upset and she’s apologized for trusting the people around her too much her her failing in her own eyes is too much trust in her friend her long-standing friend and the people who advised her she’s not actually admitted any criminal offense herself Oh see that insert in Seoul thank you very much indeed

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  • Korea candle light
    The president, who is supposed to set an example for the head of state and morally and everything, does not want to admit what he should not do and lie. The president is wrong. The wrong logic is established that people will sin if they do not recognize it. Political circles have shown the defenders of such a president.
    The reason why the candles are angry is that the ordinary people living in the family have not been able to see that the country is going to be sold out.

    I lived in colonies for a long time in Japan for 36 years, lived a life full of hops under the power of Japan, and some of them lived in rice that I had done by betraying my neighbors and my own people with the power of their power. Since then, the first generation of the second generation has lived under the emotional influence of such parents.
    But even if it is true, I should admit that I was embarrassed and embarrassed.
    The great powers, including Japan, have waged war in their own countries, slaughtered, deprived and colonized many peoples of the world, and many countries as well as ours are suffering from aftereffects.
    We are trying to rationalize the disintegration of nationalism recognized by the world, such as Germany, England, France, which has invaded the aggression war, and reconstruction of national history textbooks. The same thing was happening by Park Geun-hye and Saenuri.

    It is not a coincidence that the proportion of pro-Japanese descendants in the Shannuri Party is exceptionally high.
    The point of the problem is that the past clearing of the act of betraying colleagues and neighbors has not been done, and it has become morally disordered.
    It is in harmony with the basic family, relatives and neighbors that the country comes to harmony. If that trust and faith collapse, no one will love family, neighbors, and country.
    At last, the president who has to build up the discipline of the country has fallen into moral insensibility.
    When the prosecution issued charges based on solid evidence, the president refused to defend him,
    If there was no such evidence, I would have had to inform the world that I had to be proud of it in response to the investigation, or if I did not, I would establish the status of the nation and the people,

    Some social intellectuals say it is an opportunity to accomplish the democracy of the Republic of Korea.
    So the people who brought out the candles were without men and women, young and old, and not up and down.
    If the president, the government and the political party are at this level, our lives are not guaranteed.
     It is absolutely unacceptable. In this way, there is no future for our children.
    If there is a war, the answer seems clear. The candle will turn into a gun and fight for the country, and the forces against it will run away.

    Finally, I do not care about politics or history, I say politicians.
    Your nature has come to this country. I will not say who or who. Those who have only selfishness or patriotism and who only have their heads are now backed up.
    I would like to express my gratitude to those who lead the candle-like mind from the very beginning, who are standing in the candle heart and who are doing their duty as leaders without shaking.

  • Antonio Oscar Silva says:

    A country belongs to the citizens: and not even military from other country should be in, just to keep peace among themselves. What did happen to Vietnam should be the same to SK: if people want reunion.

  • 누군지 모르겠는데 번역 잘 하셨네요

    그냥 들을 수도 있지만 번역 실력이 장난 아니십니다

  • 냐옹고양이 says:

    아..종전협정한다는데 이거는 다시봐도 감격스럽다.
    한국 시민의식 많이 발전했네 : )

  • tree Climbing says:

    Just remember: the BBC is Funded by a Mandatory Tax on ALL British Citizens…
    …yet they have NO CONTROL over it’s BIASED Coverage.

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