In a show of unity and collective voice, hundreds of South Koreans have taken to the streets in various cities across the country today.
The rallies, marked by peaceful demonstrations, reflect a range of concerns and issues that citizens are eager to address.
Protesters gathered in public squares and thoroughfares, waving flags, brandishing banners, and chanting slogans that resonated with their shared objectives. Among the prevalent issues highlighted were environmental conservation, social justice, and political transparency.
Participants from different walks of life and age groups contributed to the diversity of the gatherings.
From students to professionals, the rallygoers echoed their desire for meaningful change and called on authorities to listen to their demands.
“We’re not just here for ourselves, but for the future generations and the well-being of our country,” said Sun-joo Kim, a participant in Seoul. “Through our peaceful actions, we aim to create a better society for all.”