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Another female lawmaker shaves head to protest new justice minister [PHOTOS]

Rep. Park In-sook of the main opposition Liberty Korea Party speaks near the National Assembly in Yeouido, Seoul, Wednesday, before shaving her head in protest against President Moon Jae-in's decision to appoint Cho Kuk as the justice minister. She is the second lawmaker to do so after Rep. Lee Un-ju. Yonhap
Rep. Park In-sook of the main opposition Liberty Korea Party speaks near the National Assembly in Yeouido, Seoul, Wednesday, before shaving her head in protest against President Moon Jae-in's decision to appoint Cho Kuk as the justice minister. She is the second lawmaker to do so after Rep. Lee Un-ju. Yonhap


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Rep. Park In-sook of the main opposition Liberty Korea Party speaks near the National Assembly in Yeouido, Seoul, Wednesday, before shaving her head in protest against President Moon Jae-in's decision to appoint Cho Kuk as the justice minister. She is the second lawmaker to do so after Rep. Lee Un-ju. Yonhap
Rep. Park In-sook of the main opposition Liberty Korea Party speaks near the National Assembly in Yeouido, Seoul, Wednesday, before shaving her head in protest against President Moon Jae-in's decision to appoint Cho Kuk as the justice minister. She is the second lawmaker to do so after Rep. Lee Un-ju. Yonhap


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Jung Min-ho mj6c2@koreatimes.co.kr


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