mysterious numbers linked to Park’s ouster

By Eom Da-sol
Key numbers related to the impeachment complete a sequence from one to 12. / Courtesy of Facebook

Key dates and numbers relating to former President Park Geun-hye’s impeachment coincidentally complete a sequence from one to 12.

A netizen observed that “a higher power might have intervened in Korea’s fate,” while another quipped that the order was from the universe to grant many Koreans’ desperate wish for Park to be impeached.

“The impeachment was obviously from the universe. They (the numbers) all fall into place,” another said.

Here is the sequence:

One lawmaker abstained from voting for the parliamentary motion of Park’s impeachment bill that passed the National Assembly on Dec. 9, 2016.

While 234 lawmakers endorsed the bill, 56 were against and seven votes were invalid.

The proportion of lawmakers endorsing the bill was 78 percent.

All the mentioned numbers are in sequence.

The coincidence does not stop here.

The Constitutional Court of Korea announced that it would announce its ruling on whether to accept the impeachment bill on Mar. 8.

The National Assembly passed the bill on Dec. 9.

The court upheld the impeachment on Mar. 10, at 11 a.m.

Park left Cheong Wa Dae on Mar. 12, completing the sequence from one to 12.

Park said during her speech for Korean-Brazil Business Forum on Apr. 25, 2015, “If you wish for anything desperately, the whole universe assists you.”

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