Organizers expect up to 1 million participants, including members of three opposition parties.
An estimated 20,000 people participated in the first anti-Park rally on October 29, and figures ranged between 43,000 and 100,000 for the second rally on November 5.
On October 24, the JTBC television network reported that "shadow adviser" Choi allegedly received drafts of Park’s speeches before they were publicly delivered, though she had never held a public post. The following day, Park officially admitted asking Choi for advice on speeches and public relations issues, and apologized for "causing public concern."
In S. Korea, huge crowds expected to rally in Seoul to demand President Park Geun-hye's ouster amid scandal. https://t.co/pRuTYvnVMa— The Associated Press (@AP) 12 ноября 2016 г.
The revelation has caused massive anti-government protests in the country, with people and opposition parties calling on the president to resign. An arrest warrant has been issued for Choi, while the president expressed her willingness to testify in the case.