Park Geun-Hye has been president of South Korea for just over two years, with almost three still go, and the emerging consensus here in South Korea is that her presidency already is adrift. Not a catastrophe — she is not the George W. Bush of South Korea — but flailingopaque, and unfocused. Her administration’s endless staffing controversies and scandals have become emblematic. In January, after less than two years on the job, her approval rating had fallen below 30% — an astonishing collapse so early in a presidency. Read more

Park Geun-Hye

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