On November 11, just hours before the start of the People Power Mobilization in South Korea, overseas Koreans in New York held a protest in solidarity with South Koreans demanding an end to the Park Geun-hye administration and the dissolution of the ruling Saenuri Party..

Koreans in New York gather to show solidarity to people in South Korea demanding the resignation of Park Geun-hye. Photo by ZoominKorea
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The New York rally concluded with an interactive performance in which protesters participated in a traditional Korean dance around a large quilted art piece. The performance was facilitated by artist Shine Shin-Kim, the main coordinator of the “One Heart” Quilt and Ritual project.

 

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