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South Korean protesters hold up candles during a rally calling for South Korean President Park Geun-hye to step down in Seoul, South Korea, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2016. For the fifth-straight weekend, masses of protesters are expected to occupy major avenues in downtown Seoul on Saturday demanding the ouster of Park who is suspected of helping in the criminal activities of a secretive confidante who is accused of manipulating government affairs and extorting companies to build an illicit fortune. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)

Over a million protesters stormed Seoul to demand President Park's resignation


Over a million protesters stormed Seoul to demand President Park Geun-hye resign.

Here are aerial shots of the massive protest that brought out thousands of people.

One million people marched into Gwanghwamun Square, central Seoul, Saturday, to join the nation's biggest candlelit protest in decades, calling for President Park Geun-hye to step down following allegations of corruption, according to Korea Times. People chanted: "Park should step down."

It is the fifth straight week protestors have taken to the streets, but this is the largest protest yet. Police estimated 260,000 citizens turned attended the 1987 June Democracy Movement, previously the largest protest.

Organizers said they'll continue to hold marches every Saturday until President Park resigns.

The President has apologized twice but has so far refused to quit.

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