Pro-Park Geun-hye supporters rally ahead of a constitutional court decision that could see her become the country's first democratically-elected president to be impeached.
(ROUGH CUT - NO REPORTER NARRATION) Supporters of South Korean President Park Geun-hye gather before the Constitutional Court ruling on Park's impeachment near the Constitutional Court in Seoul on Friday (March 10). South Korea's Constitutional Court will deliver a ruling on a parliamentary vote impeaching President Park Geun-hye which could oust her from office and see a snap election within 60 days. If the court upholds parliament's Dec. 9 vote to impeach Park over an influence-peddling scandal, she will be the country's first democratically elected leader to be forced from power, and an election would likely be called for May. The court will begin a hearing to deliver its ruling at 11 a.m. (0200 GMT) Park, 65, has been accused of colluding with a friend, Choi Soon-sil, and a former presidential aide, both of whom have been on trial, to pressure big businesses to donate to two foundations set up to back her policy initiatives.