With a tribute to the victims of the Itaewon disaster, as well as a candlelight vigil demanding the resignation of President Yoon Seok-year, foreign media reported on the 5th (local time) as a “wave of anger” and “K-pop (k).” -pop) The irony of the country.”
The Guardian reported that thousands of people gathered near City Hall after the Halloween disaster killed 156 people in an article titled ‘Thousands join protests as anger grows in South Korea.’
It was reported that people of all ages, including foreigners, attended with a sign that read, “People die. Do you call this a nation?” In addition, religious leaders demanded the resignation of President Yoon Seok-yeol, and progressive youth groups held a separate candlelight vigil and held the president accountable, detailing the situation at the time.
The BBC’s article titled ‘Korea Demands Justice for Youth through Protests’ wrote, “Amid public anger over the biggest tragedy that has occurred in Korea in 10 years, thousands of people are watching the protests across Seoul. participated,” he said.
Activists and political groups said they held all-night protests across Seoul, calling it a “wave of anger.”
“Many people feel a deep sense of shame that the authorities have failed to protect young people,” he said.
NHK also delivered the candlelight commemoration procession on the same day, saying, “The government has set the mourning period for victims of five days, but the sorrow of the Korean people has not been healed.”