The winds of change blew in South Korea. President Park Geun-hye was removed from office. The political leader was forced to step down after a popular uprising. South Koreans are torn between loyalty and the will to grow.
Demonstrators demanded the resignation of ex-president Park Geun-hye after months of genteel protests. She ruled the country with an iron fist leading it to economic growth. But her underhanded attempt to promote child labour casted doubt on her ability to govern the country.