Opposition leader Hwang Kyo-ahn was sent to hospital Wednesday night after eight days of hunger strike to stop President Moon Jae-in's push to pass some reform policies through the National Assembly, Hwang's officials said.
LKP lawmakers meet hunger-striking party chief Hwang Kyo-ahn in a tent on Wednesday. (Yonhap)
Hwang, chairman of the main opposition Liberty Korea Party, started the hunger protest eight days ago in a tent set up in front of the presidential office in central Seoul.
His party has objected the reform bills that were placed on a fast-track.