Some say he's like Bernie Sanders. He's also called Korea's Donald Trump. Whatever he may be, Lee Jae-myung certainly doesn't mince his words.
Former UN chief Ban Ki-moon is in Korea, dutifully performing certain political rituals in a sign that presidency is still very much a feudal institution.
Water cannon trucks brought out to protests; a proposed partner registration act; President Park dares the National Assembly to impeach her; and more.