Former ruler of South Korea, Chun Doo-hwan, left, bids farewell to a Buddhist monk at Paik-dam temple. Chun has spent the past two years in the 14th century monastery in self-imposed internal exile. Chun now says he wants only to live as an ordinary citizen. However, radicals are demanding Chun be prosecuted for alleged corruption, human-rights violations and abuses of power, blaming him for crushing an '80 pro-democracy uprising in Kwangju in which 200 died.