Tens of thousands of South Koreans have marched through the streets of Seoul – many dressed as Santa Claus – calling for the immediate removal of their President.
The festive protest marks the ninth week of rallies against Park Geun-Hye.
Parliament has voted to impeach Ms Park over a corruption scandal, but that decision has to be confirmed by South Korea’s constitutional court.
The President’s one-time ally has been in custody since October, and was brought to a special prosecutors’ office to be questioned on Saturday.
Ms Park has been suspended from her duties since the impeachment vote on 9 December, but insists she will wait “calmly” until the constitutional court delivers its decision.
If it confirms her impeachment, she will be permanently removed from office, and elections will be held within 60 days.
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