Park Geun-hye

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Person.png Park Geun-hye  Rdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
(puppet leader, deep state functionary)
Park Geun-hye.jpg
Daegu, South Korea
Alma materSogang University
Parents • Park Chung-hee
• Yuk Young-soo
PartySaenuri Party
Korean President who became spectacularly unpopular after been exposed as a deep state operative

Employment.png President of South Korea

In office
25 February 2013 - 10 March 2017
Preceded byLee Myung-bak

Employment.png Leader of the Saenuri Party

In office
17 December 2011 - 15 May 2012

Employment.png Leader of the Saenuri Party

In office
23 March 2004 - 10 July 2006

Employment.png Member of the National Assembly

In office
30 May 2012 - 10 December 2012
Preceded byPark Geun-hye

Employment.png Member of the National Assembly

In office
3 April 1998 - 29 May 2012
Succeeded byPark Geun-hye

In 2016, it emerged that Park Geun-hye, President of South Korea since 2013, has been sharing classified documents with Choi Soon-sil, whose father Choi Tae-min was a cult-leading, pseudo-religious figure. This lead to suggestions that she was a puppet leader. A November 2016 poll found her popularity was below 4%.[1] In spite of millions of Koreans protesting against her leadership, she resigned only after months of demonstrations. She was arrested in March 2017.

Family tragedy

Her father was president too.

Her parents Park Chung-hee and Yuk Young-soo were assassinated in the 1970s.

Election rigging

WhoWhatWhy reports that "Park benefited from the Korean National Intelligence Service’s unlawful rigging of the election in her favor. It hired trolls to set up numerous fake Twitter accounts to create the illusion of widespread public support for Park."[2]

Media silence

WhoWhatWhy suggests that "The Chosun Papers (the country’s largest daily), had likely been aware of critical components of the scandal all along, and simply kept quiet. Critics perceived this as a deliberate attempt by the media to execute its own master plan for puppeteering Park."[2]


Event Participated in

WEF/Annual Meeting/201422 January 201425 January 2014Switzerland2604 guests in Davos considered "Reshaping The World"