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KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BRKJ
December 20, 2012
A supporter of South Korea's conservative President-elect Park Geun-hye holds a poster of her and her...
Seoul, South Korea
A supporter of South Korea's conservative President-elect Park Geun-hye holds a poster of her and her...
A supporter of South Korea's conservative President-elect Park Geun-hye holds a poster of her and her father Park Chung-hee, in front of the main office of ruling Saenuri Party in Seoul December 20, 2012. Park won South Korea's presidential election on Wednesday and will become the country's first female leader, saying she would work to heal a divided society. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BRKI
December 20, 2012
South Korea's conservative President-elect Park Geun-hye (2nd R) leaves the main office of ruling Saenuri...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korea's conservative President-elect Park Geun-hye leaves the main office of ruling Saenuri Party...
South Korea's conservative President-elect Park Geun-hye (2nd R) leaves the main office of ruling Saenuri Party after a news conference in Seoul December 20, 2012. Park won South Korea's presidential election on Wednesday and will become the country's first female leader, saying she would work to heal a divided society. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BRKF
December 20, 2012
South Korea's conservative President-elect Park Geun-hye speaks during a news conference at the main...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korea's conservative President-elect Park Geun-hye speaks during a news conference at the main...
South Korea's conservative President-elect Park Geun-hye speaks during a news conference at the main office of ruling Saenuri Party in Seoul December 20, 2012. Park won South Korea's presidential election on Wednesday and will become the country's first female leader, saying she would work to heal a divided society. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BRKC
December 20, 2012
South Korea's conservative President-elect Park Geun-hye speaks during a news conference at the main...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korea's conservative President-elect Park Geun-hye speaks during a news conference at the main...
South Korea's conservative President-elect Park Geun-hye speaks during a news conference at the main office of ruling Saenuri Party in Seoul December 20, 2012. Park won South Korea's presidential election on Wednesday and will become the country's first female leader, saying she would work to heal a divided society. The words in the background read as "President Park Geun-hye". REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS PROFILE)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BRKA
December 20, 2012
South Korea's conservative President-elect Park Geun-hye speaks during a news conference at the main...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korea's conservative President-elect Park Geun-hye speaks during a news conference at the main...
South Korea's conservative President-elect Park Geun-hye speaks during a news conference at the main office of ruling Saenuri Party in Seoul December 20, 2012. Park won South Korea's presidential election on Wednesday and will become the country's first female leader, saying she would work to heal a divided society. The words in the background read as "President Park Geun-hye". REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BRJX
December 20, 2012
South Korea's conservative President-elect Park Geun-hye speaks during a news conference at the main...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korea's conservative President-elect Park Geun-hye speaks during a news conference at the main...
South Korea's conservative President-elect Park Geun-hye speaks during a news conference at the main office of ruling Saenuri Party in Seoul December 20, 2012. Park won South Korea's presidential election on Wednesday and will become the country's first female leader, saying she would work to heal a divided society. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BRJ3
December 20, 2012
South Korea's conservative President-elect Park Geun-hye speaks during a news conference at the main...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korea's conservative President-elect Park Geun-hye speaks during a news conference at the main...
South Korea's conservative President-elect Park Geun-hye speaks during a news conference at the main office of ruling Saenuri Party in Seoul December 20, 2012. Park won South Korea's presidential election on Wednesday and will become the country's first female leader, saying she would work to heal a divided society. The words in the background read as "President Park Geun-hye". REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-POLITICS/CONCESSION
RTR3BR0B
December 19, 2012
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Seoul, South Korea
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, holds a news conference in Seoul December 19, 2012. South Korea's opposition candidate for the presidency Moon Jae-in conceded defeat on Wednesday to conservative Park Geun-hye in a closely fought race, Yonhap news agency said. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
KOREA-POLITICS/CONCESSION
RTR3BQYV
December 19, 2012
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Seoul, South Korea
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, arrives at a venue for a news conference in Seoul December 19, 2012. South Korea's opposition candidate for the presidency Moon Jae-in conceded defeat on Wednesday to conservative Park Geun-hye in a closely fought race, Yonhap news agency said. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
KOREA-POLITICS/CONCESSION
RTR3BQY7
December 19, 2012
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Seoul, South Korea
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, speaks at a news conference in Seoul December 19, 2012. South Korea's opposition candidate for the presidency Moon Jae-in conceded defeat on Wednesday to conservative Park Geun-hye in a closely fought race, Yonhap news agency said. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BQFJ
December 19, 2012
Moon Jae-in (L), former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Busan, South Korea
Moon Jae-in takes his 85-year-old mother Kang Han-oh along with his wife Kim Jeong-sook, to the polling...
Moon Jae-in (L), former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, takes his 85-year-old mother Kang Han-oh (C) along with his wife Kim Jeong-sook, to the polling station in Busan December 19, 2012. South Koreans vote for a new president on Wednesday against a backdrop of a hostile North Korea and a slowing economy, in a battle between conservative candidate Park Geun-hye, 60, daughter of former military ruler Park Chung-hee and Moon, who was jailed by her father decades ago for political activism. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BQCU
December 19, 2012
Moon Jae-in (in car, R), former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition...
Busan, South Korea
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Moon Jae-in (in car, R), former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, along with wife Kim Jeong-sook and his mother Kang Han-oh (in car, L), leaves a polling station in Busan December 19, 2012. South Koreans vote for a new president on Wednesday against a backdrop of a hostile North Korea and a slowing economy, in a battle between conservative ruling Saenuri party candidate Park Geun-hye, 60, daughter of former military ruler Park Chung-hee and Moon, who was jailed by her father decades ago for political activism. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BQCL
December 19, 2012
Moon Jae-in (C), former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Busan, South Korea
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Moon Jae-in (C), former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, greets supporters as he takes his mother to a polling station in Busan December 19, 2012. South Koreans vote for a new president on Wednesday against a backdrop of a hostile North Korea and a slowing economy, in a battle between conservative ruling Saenuri party candidate Park Geun-hye, 60, daughter of former military ruler Park Chung-hee and Moon, who was jailed by her father decades ago for political activism. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BQCI
December 19, 2012
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Busan, South Korea
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, greets old friends while taking his mother to a polling station in Busan December 19, 2012. South Koreans vote for a new president on Wednesday against a backdrop of a hostile North Korea and a slowing economy, in a battle between conservative ruling Saenuri party candidate Park Geun-hye, 60, daughter of former military ruler Park Chung-hee and Moon, who was jailed by her father decades ago for political activism. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BQCF
December 19, 2012
Moon Jae-in (L), former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Busan, South Korea
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Moon Jae-in (L), former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party and his wife Kim Jeong-sook take his 85-year-old mother Kang Han-oh (C), to a polling station in Busan December 19, 2012. South Koreans vote for a new president on Wednesday against a backdrop of a hostile North Korea and a slowing economy, in a battle between conservative ruling Saenuri party candidate Park Geun-hye, 60, daughter of former military ruler Park Chung-hee and Moon, who was jailed by her father decades ago for political activism. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BQC4
December 19, 2012
Moon Jae-in (C), former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Busan, South Korea
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Moon Jae-in (C), former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, waits for his mother Kang Han-oh (not pictured) outside of a polling station in Busan December 19, 2012. South Koreans vote for a new president on Wednesday against a backdrop of a hostile North Korea and a slowing economy, in a battle between conservative ruling Saenuri party candidate Park Geun-hye, 60, daughter of former military ruler Park Chung-hee and Moon, who was jailed by her father decades ago for political activism. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BQC2
December 19, 2012
Moon Jae-in (C) , former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Busan, South Korea
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Moon Jae-in (C) , former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, waits for his mother Kang Han-oh (not pictured) outside of a polling station in Busan December 19, 2012. South Koreans vote for a new president on Wednesday against a backdrop of a hostile North Korea and a slowing economy, in a battle between conservative candidate Park Geun-hye, 60, daughter of former military ruler Park Chung-hee and Moon, who was jailed by her father decades ago for political activism. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BQC1
December 19, 2012
Moon Jae-in (L), former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Busan, South Korea
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Moon Jae-in (L), former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, takes his 85-year-old mother Kang Han-oh (C) along with his wife Kim Jeong-sook, to the polling station in Busan December 19, 2012. South Koreans vote for a new president on Wednesday against a backdrop of a hostile North Korea and a slowing economy, in a battle between conservative candidate Park Geun-hye, 60, daughter of former military ruler Park Chung-hee and Moon, who was jailed by her father decades ago for political activism. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BQBD
December 19, 2012
Moon Jae-in (L), former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Busan, South Korea
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Moon Jae-in (L), former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, takes his 85-year-old mother Kang Han-oh (C) along with his wife Kim Jeong-sook, to the polling station in Busan December 19, 2012. South Koreans vote for a new president on Wednesday against a backdrop of a hostile North Korea and a slowing economy, in a battle between conservative candidate Park Geun-hye, 60, daughter of former military ruler Park Chung-hee and Moon, who was jailed by her father decades ago for political activism. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BQAB
December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in (L), former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Busan, South Korea
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Moon Jae-in (L), former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, greets a supporter after voting at a polling station in Busan December 19, 2012. South Koreans vote for a new president on Wednesday against a backdrop of a hostile North Korea and a slowing economy, in a battle between conservative candidate Park Geun-hye, 60, daughter of former military ruler Park Chung-hee and Moon, who was jailed by her father decades ago for political activism. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BQA9
December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Busan, South Korea
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, speaks to the media after voting at a polling station in Busan December 19, 2012. South Koreans vote for a new president on Wednesday against a backdrop of a hostile North Korea and a slowing economy, in a battle between conservative candidate Park Geun-hye, 60, daughter of former military ruler Park Chung-hee and Moon, who was jailed by her father decades ago for political activism. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BQA6
December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Busan, South Korea
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, speaks to the media after voting at a polling station in Busan December 19, 2012. South Koreans vote for a new president on Wednesday against a backdrop of a hostile North Korea and a slowing economy, in a battle between conservative candidate Park Geun-hye, 60, daughter of former military ruler Park Chung-hee and Moon, who was jailed by her father decades ago for political activism. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BQ9P
December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in (L), former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Busan, South Korea
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Moon Jae-in (L), former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, speaks to the media after voting at a polling station in Busan December 19, 2012. South Koreans vote for a new president on Wednesday against a backdrop of a hostile North Korea and a slowing economy, in a battle between conservative candidate Park Geun-hye, 60, daughter of former military ruler Park Chung-hee and Moon, who was jailed by her father decades ago for political activism. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BQ9J
December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Busan, South Korea
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, speaks to the media after voting at a polling station in Busan December 19, 2012. South Koreans vote for a new president on Wednesday against a backdrop of a hostile North Korea and a slowing economy, in a battle between conservative candidate Park Geun-hye, 60, daughter of former military ruler Park Chung-hee and Moon, who was jailed by her father decades ago for political activism. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BQ9G
December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Busan, South Korea
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, is interviewed by media after voting at a polling station in Busan December 19, 2012. South Koreans vote for a new president on Wednesday against a backdrop of a hostile North Korea and a slowing economy, in a battle between conservative candidate Park Geun-hye, 60, daughter of former military ruler Park Chung-hee and Moon, who was jailed by her father decades ago for political activism. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BQ9D
December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Busan, South Korea
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, arrives at a polling station in Busan December 19, 2012. South Koreans vote for a new president on Wednesday against a backdrop of a hostile North Korea and a slowing economy, in a battle between conservative candidate Park Geun-hye, 60, daughter of former military ruler Park Chung-hee and Moon, who was jailed by her father decades ago for political activism. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BPL1
December 18, 2012
A general view of the last campaign for Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate...
Busan, South Korea
A general view of the last campaign for Moon of the main opposition Democratic United Party, in Busan...
A general view of the last campaign for Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, in Busan December 18, 2012. Moon is a challenger to conservative and right wing ruling Saenuri Party's Park Geun-hye, who is the daughter of former military dictator Park Chung-hee. The country's presidential election will be held on December 19. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BPKV
December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Busan, South Korea
Moon, of the main opposition Democratic United Party, attends his campaign in Busan
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, attends his last campaign in Busan December 18, 2012. Moon is a challenger to conservative and right wing ruling Saenuri Party's Park Geun-hye, who is the daughter of former military dictator Park Chung-hee. The country's presidential election will be held on December 19. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BPKU
December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Busan, South Korea
Moon, of the main opposition Democratic United Party, attends his campaign in Busan
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, attends his last campaign in Busan December 18, 2012. Moon is a challenger to conservative and right wing ruling Saenuri Party's Park Geun-hye, who is the daughter of former military dictator Park Chung-hee. The country's presidential election will be held on December 19. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BPKT
December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Busan, South Korea
Moon, of the main opposition Democratic United Party, sings the Korean national anthem during his final...
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, sings the Korean national anthem during his final campaign in Busan December 18, 2012. Moon is a challenger to conservative and right wing ruling Saenuri Party's Park Geun-hye, who is the daughter of former military dictator Park Chung-hee. The country's presidential election will be held on December 19.REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BPKF
December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Busan, South Korea
Moon, of the main opposition Democratic United Party, attends his campaign in Busan
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, attends his last campaign in Busan December 18, 2012. Moon is a challenger to conservative and right wing ruling Saenuri Party's Park Geun-hye, who is the daughter of former military dictator Park Chung-hee. The country's presidential election will be held on December 19. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BPK7
December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in (C), former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Busan, South Korea
Moon, of the main opposition Democratic United Party, greets the crowd in the street after his final...
Moon Jae-in (C), former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, greets the crowd in the street after his final campaign in Busan December 18, 2012. Moon is a challenger to conservative and right wing ruling Saenuri Party's Park Geun-hye, who is the daughter of former military dictator Park Chung-hee. The country's presidential election will be held on December 19. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BPD4
December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Daejeon, South Korea
Moon, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United...
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, gestures as he speaks during his campaign rally in Daejeon December 18, 2012. Moon is a challenger to conservative and right wing ruling Saenuri Party's Park Geun-hye, who is the daughter of former military dictator Park Chung-hee. The country's presidential election will be held on December 19. The podium reads, "Regime change with the people". REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BPCZ
December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Daejeon, South Korea
Moon, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United...
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, attends his campaign rally in Daejeon December 18, 2012. Moon is a challenger to conservative and right wing ruling Saenuri Party's Park Geun-hye, who is the daughter of former military dictator Park Chung-hee. The country's presidential election will be held on December 19. The podium reads, "Regime change with the people". REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BPCX
December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in (C), former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Daejeon, South Korea
Moon, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United...
Moon Jae-in (C), former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, raises his hand as he attends his campaign rally in Daejeon December 18, 2012. Moon is a challenger to conservative and right wing ruling Saenuri Party's Park Geun-hye, who is the daughter of former military dictator Park Chung-hee. The country's presidential election will be held on December 19. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BPCK
December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Daejeon, South Korea
Moon, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United...
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, gestures as he attends his campaign rally in Daejeon December 18, 2012. Moon is a challenger to conservative and right wing ruling Saenuri Party's Park Geun-hye, who is the daughter of former military dictator Park Chung-hee. The country's presidential election will be held on December 19. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BPCJ
December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Daejeon, South Korea
Moon, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United...
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, gestures as he attends his campaign rally in Daejeon December 18, 2012. Moon is a challenger to conservative and right wing ruling Saenuri Party's Park Geun-hye, who is the daughter of former military dictator Park Chung-hee. The country's presidential election will be held on December 19. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BPC9
December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Daejeon, South Korea
Moon, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United...
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, gestures as he attends his campaign rally in Daejeon December 18, 2012. Moon is a challenger to conservative and right wing ruling Saenuri Party's Park Geun-hye, who is the daughter of former military dictator Park Chung-hee. The country's presidential election will be held on December 19. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BPC8
December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Daejeon, South Korea
Moon, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United...
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, attends his campaign rally in Daejeon December 18, 2012. Moon is a challenger to conservative and right wing ruling Saenuri Party's Park Geun-hye, who is the daughter of former military dictator Park Chung-hee. The country's presidential election will be held on December 19. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BPA4
December 18, 2012
Supporters of Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition...
Seoul, South Korea
Supporters of Moon, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Supporters of Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, attend his campaign rally at Seoul Station in Seoul December 18, 2012. Moon is a challenger to conservative and right wing ruling Saenuri Party's Park Geun-hye, who is the daughter of former military dictator Park Chung-hee. The country's presidential election will be held on December 19. The signs read, "Please vote, closes at 6" (L) and "December 19, let's vote! That's our greeting for everyone" (R). REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-ELECTION/
RTR3BP9V
December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Seoul, South Korea
Moon, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United...
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, gestures during his campaign rally at Seoul Station in Seoul December 18, 2012. Moon is a challenger to conservative and right wing ruling Saenuri Party's Park Geun-hye, who is the daughter of former military dictator Park Chung-hee. The country's presidential election will be held on December 19. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Seoul, South Korea
Moon, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United...
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, speaks during his campaign rally at Seoul Station in Seoul December 18, 2012. Moon is a challenger to conservative and right wing ruling Saenuri Party's Park Geun-hye, who is the daughter of former military dictator Park Chung-hee. The country's presidential election will be held on December 19. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Seoul, South Korea
Moon, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United...
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, attends his campaign rally at Seoul Station in Seoul December 18, 2012. Moon is a challenger to conservative and right wing ruling Saenuri Party's Park Geun-hye, who is the daughter of former military dictator Park Chung-hee. The country's presidential election will be held on December 19. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Seoul, South Korea
Moon, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United...
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, gestures as he attends his campaign rally at Seoul Station in Seoul December 18, 2012. Moon is a challenger to conservative and right wing ruling Saenuri Party's Park Geun-hye, who is the daughter of former military dictator Park Chung-hee. The country's presidential election will be held on December 19. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in (green scarf), former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition...
Seoul, South Korea
Moon, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United...
Moon Jae-in (green scarf), former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, attends his campaign rally at Seoul Station in Seoul December 18, 2012. Moon is a challenger to conservative and right wing ruling Saenuri Party's Park Geun-hye, who is the daughter of former military dictator Park Chung-hee. The country's presidential election will be held on December 19. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in (C), former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Seoul, South Korea
Moon, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United...
Moon Jae-in (C), former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, attends his campaign rally at Seoul Station in Seoul December 18, 2012. Moon is a challenger to conservative and right wing ruling Saenuri Party's Park Geun-hye, who is the daughter of former military dictator Park Chung-hee. The country's presidential election will be held on December 19. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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December 18, 2012
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Seoul, South Korea
Moon, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United...
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, carries a bouquet of flowers as he attends his campaign rally at Seoul Station in Seoul December 18, 2012. Moon is a challenger to conservative and right wing ruling Saenuri Party's Park Geun-hye, who is the daughter of former military dictator Park Chung-hee. The country's presidential election will be held on December 19. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in (in green scarf), former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition...
Seoul, South Korea
Moon, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United...
Moon Jae-in (in green scarf), former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, attends his campaign rally at Seoul Station in Seoul December 18, 2012. Moon is a challenger to conservative and right wing ruling Saenuri Party's Park Geun-hye, who is the daughter of former military dictator Park Chung-hee. The country's presidential election will be held on December 19. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Seoul, South Korea
Moon, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United...
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, attends his campaign rally at Seoul Station in Seoul December 18, 2012. Moon is a challenger to conservative and right wing ruling Saenuri Party's Park Geun-hye, who is the daughter of former military dictator Park Chung-hee. The country's presidential election will be held on December 19. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Seoul, South Korea
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, reacts during his campaign rally at Gangnam in Seoul December 17, 2012. Moon is a challenger to conservative and right wing ruling Saenuri Party's Park Geun-hye, who is the daughter of former military dictator Park Chung-hee. The country's presidential election will be held on December 19. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in (L), former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Seoul, South Korea
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Moon Jae-in (L), former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, greets supporters at his campaign rally in Gangnam, Seoul December 17, 2012. Moon is a challenger to conservative and right wing ruling Saenuri Party's Park Geun-hye, who is the daughter of former military dictator Park Chung-hee. The country's presidential election will be held on December 19. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Seoul, South Korea
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, speaks during his campaign rally at Gangnam in Seoul December 17, 2012. Moon is a challenger to conservative and right wing ruling Saenuri Party's Park Geun-hye, who is the daughter of former military dictator Park Chung-hee. The country's presidential election will be held on December 19. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in (L), former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Seoul, South Korea
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Moon Jae-in (L), former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, speaks during his campaign rally at Gangnam in Seoul December 17, 2012. Moon is a challenger to conservative and right wing ruling Saenuri Party's Park Geun-hye, who is the daughter of former military dictator Park Chung-hee. The country's presidential election will be held on December 19. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in (C), former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Seoul, South Korea
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Moon Jae-in (C), former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, attends his campaign rally at Gangnam in Seoul December 17, 2012. Moon is a challenger to conservative and right wing ruling Saenuri Party's Park Geun-hye, who is the daughter of former military dictator Park Chung-hee. The country's presidential election will be held on December 19. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Seoul, South Korea
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, attends his campaign rally at Gangnam in Seoul December 17, 2012. Moon is a challenger to conservative and right wing ruling Saenuri Party's Park Geun-hye, who is the daughter of former military dictator Park Chung-hee. The country's presidential election will be held on December 19. The words on the sign read as "On December 19, let's say "Vote" instead of "Hi" to everyone". REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Seoul, South Korea
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, speaks at his campaign rally at Gangnam in Seoul December 17, 2012. Moon is a challenger to conservative and right wing ruling Saenuri Party's Park Geun-hye, who is the daughter of former military dictator Park Chung-hee. The country's presidential election will be held on December 19. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS PROFILE)
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December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Seoul, South Korea
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, speaks at a news conference in Seoul December 17, 2012. Moon is a challenger to conservative and right wing ruling Saenuri Party's Park Geun-hye, who is the daughter of former military dictator Park Chung-hee. The country's presidential election will be held on December 19. The words on the sign read as "The epoch-making first President Moon Jae-in. People are above all". REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Seoul, South Korea
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, attends a news conference in Seoul December 17, 2012. Moon is a challenger to conservative and right wing ruling Saenuri Party's Park Geun-hye, who is the daughter of former military dictator Park Chung-hee. The country's presidential election will be held on December 19. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in (C), former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Seoul, South Korea
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Moon Jae-in (C), former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, applauds during a news conference in Seoul December 17, 2012. Moon is a challenger to conservative and right wing ruling Saenuri Party's Park Geun-hye, who is the daughter of former military dictator Park Chung-hee. The country's presidential election will be held on December 19. REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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December 18, 2012
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Seoul, South Korea
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic...
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, attends a news conference in Seoul December 17, 2012. Moon is a challenger to conservative and right wing ruling Saenuri Party's Park Geun-hye, who is the daughter of former military dictator Park Chung-hee. The country's presidential election will be held on December 19.REUTERS/Woohae Cho (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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