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South Korea goes to the polls

Published December 19. 2012 4:00AM
Yang Yeong-seok, Yonhap/AP Photo
South Korean Confucian scholars, wearing traditional attire, and their family members pose for photographers today as they cast their ballots in the presidential election at a polling station in Nonsan, South Korea. South Koreans bundled-up in thick mufflers and parkas braved frigid weather Wednesday to choose between Moon Jae-in, the liberal son of North Korean refugees, and Park Geun-hye, the conservative daughter of a late dictator.

South Korean Confucian scholars, wearing traditional attire, and their family members pose for photographers today as they cast their ballots in the presidential election at a polling station in Nonsan, South Korea. South Koreans bundled-up in thick mufflers and parkas braved frigid weather Wednesday to choose between Moon Jae-in, the liberal son of North Korean refugees, and Park Geun-hye, the conservative daughter of a late dictator.

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