S.Korea’s Park Apologizes to People Hurt by Father’s RuleBloomberg

South Korea ruling party presidential nominee Park Geun Hye apologized to the victims of her father Park Chung Hee’s 18-year dictatorship, saying it delayed the country’s democratic development.
“I understand that the end does not justify the means, and this should be a lasting value for democracy,” Park said today at a press conference in Seoul. “I apologize to the families of victims hurt from the dictatorial rule in this regard. I will try my very best to heal those scars.”
Sep 24, 2012 / 13 notes

S.Korea’s Park Apologizes to People Hurt by Father’s Rule
Bloomberg

South Korea ruling party presidential nominee Park Geun Hye apologized to the victims of her father Park Chung Hee’s 18-year dictatorship, saying it delayed the country’s democratic development.

“I understand that the end does not justify the means, and this should be a lasting value for democracy,” Park said today at a press conference in Seoul. “I apologize to the families of victims hurt from the dictatorial rule in this regard. I will try my very best to heal those scars.”

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    being the son of someone doesn’t mean being like him.
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    Though I doubt Park would have apologized if the presidential race wasn’t at stake and Ahn hadn’t announced his...
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