Spurred by the latest revelation about South Korean government's systemic interference in the latest presidential election , more and more religious leaders have begun to speak out. Following Catholic leaders’ mass candlelight vigils , the Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism held a protest at Jogyesa- the chief temple of the Order . Prominent citizen journalist @Mediamongu  tweeted this image with short description [ko].
한국 불교 1번지이자 최대 종단인 조계종 승려 1,000여명이 대선개입 규탄, 박근혜 정부 참회, 민주주의 수호를 염원하는 시국선언을 하고 있습니다. 여기는 조계사 입니다. pic.twitter.com/9YTs45Ex0A 
— 미디어몽구 (@mediamongu) November 28, 2013 
The biggest order of Korean Buddhism- the Jogye Order's 1000 monks [note: local article tells  [ko] that is about 10 percent of the total number of monks from the Jogye Order] called for Park Geun-hye government's apology and denounced the election manipulation and prayed for protection of democracy’, here at Jogyesa (or Jogye Temple).