SEOUL - South Korea 's army and police chiefs both offered to resign Tuesday over separate cases that have triggered widespread public criticism and allegations of negligence and incompetence. Army Chief of Staff Kwon Oh-Seong offered to step down over the death of a bullied soldier which shone a critical spotlight on the mistreatment of young conscripts National Police Commissioner Lee Sung-Han also tendered his resignation, apparently over the bungled police manhunt for a fugitive business tycoon wanted in connection with April's ferry disaster that left 300 dead.