It’s been a busy few days of reporting in South Korea.
The scandal-plagued president, Park Geun-hye, was removed from office on Friday over a corruption scandal that has roiled politics and business in the country during the last six months.
Last night, two days after a court’s ruling to remove her, Park finally left the presidential complex.
The public overwhelmingly supported Park’s ouster, even if the disgraced leader wasn’t the source of all their concerns.
As one might expect, opinions about whether the former president should have been impeached vary by age and region. Here are the results of a recent survey by Gallup Korea.
First, age (the youth led the way):
And region (note that Daegu, in the southern part of the country, is Park’s home turf):