Pyeongsan in South Korea’s south is home to about 100 people, including recently retired liberal president Moon Jae-in. Conservative protesters have upset Moon and other elderly locals, with several taken to hospital with stress. Photo: Weibo
Pyeongsan in South Korea’s south is home to about 100 people, including recently retired liberal president Moon Jae-in. Conservative protesters have upset Moon and other elderly locals, with several taken to hospital with stress. Photo: Weibo
Moon Jae-in

No peace for South Korea’s Moon Jae-in, or fellow retirees, as noisy, rude protesters bombard his now-not-so-sleepy village

  • Pyeongsan in nation’s south is home to about 100 people, including recently retired liberal president Moon Jae-in
  • Conservative protesters, some earning money via live-streams, have upset Moon and other elderly locals, with several taken to hospital with stress

Pyeongsan in South Korea’s south is home to about 100 people, including recently retired liberal president Moon Jae-in. Conservative protesters have upset Moon and other elderly locals, with several taken to hospital with stress. Photo: Weibo
Pyeongsan in South Korea’s south is home to about 100 people, including recently retired liberal president Moon Jae-in. Conservative protesters have upset Moon and other elderly locals, with several taken to hospital with stress. Photo: Weibo
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