Record turnout predicted in South Korean presidential election to replace jailed Park Geun-hye

Record turnout predicted in South Korean presidential election to replace jailed Park Geun-hye

South Koreans headed to voting stations on Tuesday to elect a new leader, with a potential record turnout suggesting voters are eager to move on from a corruption scandal that brought down the former president and shook the political and business elite. Unless there is a major upset, liberal Moon Jae-in—who calls for a moderate approach on North Korea, wants to reform powerful family-run conglomerates and boost fiscal spending to create jobs—will be elected president.

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