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He never troubled himself to be polite, but he watched me; always he watched me."You shouldn't have done that," she said, making the polite protest.
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Observing the pervasiveness of protest in South Korea in 2008, an Al Jazeera reporter came to the conclusion that ‘protest has become part of [South Korean] culture’.The success of the anti-Park candlelight protests illuminates the growth and maturity of civil society in South Korea.At the same time, it brings to attention the weakness of its party system as a mechanism for political mediation.A proposal for a candlelight vigil circulated among internet cafes after the news spread that the US soldiers responsible for the deaths of the Korean girls had been acquitted in the US court-martial.Thousands gathered in Gwanghwamun Square to commemorate the victims.