This special page details how journalists uncovered shady transactions through Bermuda and other tax havens. Cha Seon-ah, a student from Seoul, said prosecutors were investigating despite a paucity of evidence. These were the same streets where millions marched for months three years ago calling for the ouster of Moon's conservative predecessor Park Geun-hye, who was removed from office in March 2017 and is currently serving a decades-long prison term over bribery and abuse of power. Carrying banners, yellow balloons and signs that read "Protect Cho Kuk" and "Reform the Prosecution," protesters occupied an avenue in front of the Seoul Central District Prosecutors' Office, roaring, singing and chanting in support of Cho. Moon, who encouraged Yoon to "strictly" investigate any wrongdoing by the government or ruling party when appointing him as top prosecutor in July, has stood firmly by Cho. In South Korea, prosecutors have exclusive authority to indict and seek warrants for criminal suspects and exercise control over police investigative activities.
It was a custom for very affluent Korean families to send their children to study in Japan, where they would learn the Japanese.