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South Korean Election A Drama To Watch?

William Pesek, Columnist, Nikkei Asia

16-Feb-22 07:30

South Korean Election A Drama To Watch?

South Korea has started the 22-day campaign period for the Presidential post that began last Tuesday with balloting on March 9. This election is closely watched by foreign countries as the candidates hold very different views. With just 6 weeks to go, what can we expect from the campaign season and how will the election likely pan out? William Pesek, Tokyo-based journalist and a columnist with Nikkei Asia tells us more. Image credit: Shutterstock.com

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