I don't have a car, rather a motorbike
The driver in this car will be dealt with in Korean courts by Korean law, a US soldier driving would not be. THAT is the issue they protest about.
I do not agree with that. The man (or most likely his employer) will make some form of payment to the family (that is usually the case with traffic-related fatalities in South Korea) and that will be it. He won't go to jail and he won't see a day in court or jail.
I also disagree with the nature of the protests -- they are nothing short of blatant racism, pure and simple. They protest about everything. Remember when Apollo Ohno won the gold medal in the Winter Games? There were "anti-American" protests all over the place. They even dubbed the event "Ohnogate". Has absolutely NOTHING to do with being dealt with in a Korean court.
And if David B wants to know what "real racism" is, I suggest he travel to Seoul and try walking down a busy street with a local girl. Heaven help you if she is your girlfriend.