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KOREA-POLITICS/ELECTION
RTR30M6Z
April 12, 2012
Chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party Han Myeong-sook (2nd L, front) visits the national...
Seoul, South Korea
Chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party Han Myeong-sook visits the national cemetery to...
Chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party Han Myeong-sook (2nd L, front) visits the national cemetery to pray before the altar in Seoul April 12, 2012. South Korea's ruling conservatives were headed for a surprise victory in a parliamentary election on Wednesday. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-POLITICS/ELECTION
RTR30L1I
April 11, 2012
Chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party Han Myeong-sook (L) and her party members watch...
Seoul, South Korea
Chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party Han and her party members watch a television report...
Chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party Han Myeong-sook (L) and her party members watch a television report on an exit poll of the parliament elections at the party's headquarters in Seoul April 11, 2012. South Koreans voted in parliamentary elections on Wednesday as the incumbent conservatives sought to overcome allegations of sleaze and growing discontent over the power of big business. Opinion polls indicate that the conservatives and the progressive and reform opposition parties are in a dead heat in the election that serves as a curtain-raiser for the presidential vote in December. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-POLITICS/ELECTION
RTR30KZT
April 11, 2012
Chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party Han Myeong-sook watches a television report on...
Seoul, South Korea
Chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party Han watches a television report on an exit poll...
Chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party Han Myeong-sook watches a television report on an exit poll of the parliament elections at the party's headquarters in Seoul April 11, 2012. South Koreans voted in parliamentary elections on Wednesday as the incumbent conservatives sought to overcome allegations of sleaze and growing discontent over the power of big business. Opinion polls indicated that the conservatives and the progressive and reform opposition parties are in a dead heat in the election that serves as a curtain-raiser for the presidential vote in December. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-POLITICS/ELECTION
RTR30KZN
April 11, 2012
Chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party Han Myeong-sook (L) and the party members watch...
Seoul, South Korea
Chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party Han and the party members watch a television report...
Chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party Han Myeong-sook (L) and the party members watch a television report on an exit poll of the parliament elections at the party's headquarters in Seoul April 11, 2012. South Koreans voted in parliamentary elections on Wednesday as the incumbent conservatives sought to overcome allegations of sleaze and growing discontent over the power of big business. Opinion polls indicated that the conservatives and the progressive and reform opposition parties are in a dead heat in the election that serves as a curtain-raiser for the presidential vote in December. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-POLITICS/ELECTION
RTR30KLU
April 11, 2012
Han Myeong-sook (L), chairwoman of the main opposition Democratic United Party, answers reporters' questions...
Seoul, South Korea
Han, chairwoman of the main opposition Democratic United Party, answers questions after casting her ballot...
Han Myeong-sook (L), chairwoman of the main opposition Democratic United Party, answers reporters' questions after casting her ballot at a polling station in Seoul April 11, 2012. South Koreans voted in parliamentary elections on Wednesday as the incumbent conservatives sought to overcome allegations of sleaze and growing discontent over the power of big business. Opinion polls indicate that the conservatives and the progressive and reform opposition parties are in a dead heat in the election that serves as a curtain-raiser for the presidential vote in December. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-POLITICS/ELECTION
RTR30KLS
April 11, 2012
Han Myeong-sook (R), chairwoman of the main opposition Democratic United Party and her husband Park Seong-jun...
Seoul, South Korea
Han, chairwoman of the main opposition Democratic United Party and her husband cast their ballots in...
Han Myeong-sook (R), chairwoman of the main opposition Democratic United Party and her husband Park Seong-jun cast their ballots at a polling station in Seoul April 11, 2012. South Koreans voted in parliamentary elections on Wednesday as the incumbent conservatives sought to overcome allegations of sleaze and growing discontent over the power of big business. Opinion polls indicate that the conservatives and the progressive and reform opposition parties are in a dead heat in the election that serves as a curtain-raiser for the presidential vote in December. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-POLITICS/ELECTION
RTR30KLI
April 11, 2012
Han Myeong-sook (R), chairwoman of the main opposition Democratic United Party and her husband Park Seong-jun...
Seoul, South Korea
Han, chairwoman of the main opposition Democratic United Party and her husband cast their ballots in...
Han Myeong-sook (R), chairwoman of the main opposition Democratic United Party and her husband Park Seong-jun cast their ballots at a polling station in Seoul April 11, 2012. South Koreans voted in parliamentary elections on Wednesday as the incumbent conservatives sought to overcome allegations of sleaze and growing discontent over the power of big business. Opinion polls indicate that the conservatives and the progressive and reform opposition parties are in a dead heat in the election that serves as a curtain-raiser for the presidential vote in December. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA/
RTR30JRJ
April 10, 2012
Bodyguards escort Han Myeong-sook (C), chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party (DUP), during...
Seoul, South Korea
Bodyguards escort Han, chairwoman of main opposition DUP, during a campaign for the April 11 parliamentary...
Bodyguards escort Han Myeong-sook (C), chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party (DUP), during a campaign for the April 11 parliamentary elections in Seoul April 10, 2012. The elections will select a total of 300 lawmakers across the country on Wednesday. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA/
RTR30JRG
April 10, 2012
Han Myeong-sook (top C), chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party (DUP), speaks during a...
Seoul, South Korea
Han, chairwoman of main opposition DUP, speaks during a campaign of DUP candidate Chun for the April...
Han Myeong-sook (top C), chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party (DUP), speaks during a campaign of DUP candidate Chun Jung-Bae (top R) for the April 11 parliamentary elections in Seoul April 10, 2012. The elections will select total 300 lawmakers across the country on Wednesday. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA/
RTR30JRF
April 10, 2012
Han Myeong-sook, chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party (DUP), attends a campaign of a...
Seoul, South Korea
Han, chairwoman of main opposition DUP, attends a campaign of a DUP candidate for the April 11 parliamentary...
Han Myeong-sook, chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party (DUP), attends a campaign of a DUP candidate for the April 11 parliamentary elections in Seoul April 10, 2012. The elections will select a total of 300 lawmakers across the country on Wednesday. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA/
RTR30JPU
April 10, 2012
Han Myeong-sook (5th R), chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party (DUP), candidate Choo...
Seoul, South Korea
Han, chairwoman of main opposition DUP, candidate Choo and their supporters release balloons during a...
Han Myeong-sook (5th R), chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party (DUP), candidate Choo Mi-Ae (3rd R) and their supporters release balloons during a campaign for the April 11 paliamentary election in Seoul April 10, 2012. The elections will select a total of 300 lawmakers across the country on Wednesday. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA
RTR30IU8
April 09, 2012
Han Myeong-sook (R), chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party (DUP) and a local candidate...
TAEAN, South Korea
Han, chairwoman of main opposition DUP and a local candidate Cho greet their supporters during a campaign...
Han Myeong-sook (R), chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party (DUP) and a local candidate Cho Han-ki greet their supporters during a campaign for the April 11 parliamentary election in Taean, about 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Seoul April 9, 2012. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA/
RTR30INH
April 09, 2012
A bodyguard takes away an unidentified man (2nd L, wearing a cap) who hit the face of Han Myeong-sook...
TAEAN, South Korea
A bodyguard takes away an unidentified man who hit the face of Han, chairwoman of main opposition Democratic...
A bodyguard takes away an unidentified man (2nd L, wearing a cap) who hit the face of Han Myeong-sook (C), chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party (DUP), with an egg, while Han was walking at a market during a campaign for the April 11 parliamentary election in Taean, about 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Seoul April 9, 2012. The elections will select total 300 lawmakers across the country on April 11. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA/
RTR30IND
April 09, 2012
An unidentified man (L, wearing a cap) dashes to hit the face of Han Myeong-sook (front R), chairwoman...
TAEAN, South Korea
An unidentified man dashes to hit the face of Han, chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party,...
An unidentified man (L, wearing a cap) dashes to hit the face of Han Myeong-sook (front R), chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party (DUP), with an egg, while Han was walking at a market during a campaign for the April 11 parliamentary election in Taean, about 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Seoul April 9, 2012. The man was taken away by bodyguards later. The elections will select total 300 lawmakers across the country on April 11. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA/
RTR30IN8
April 09, 2012
An unidentified man (2nd L, wearing a cap) dashes to hit the face of Han Myeong-sook (front R), chairwoman...
TAEAN, South Korea
An unidentified man dashes to hit the face of Han, chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party,...
An unidentified man (2nd L, wearing a cap) dashes to hit the face of Han Myeong-sook (front R), chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party (DUP), with an egg, while Han was walking at a market during a campaign for the April 11 parliamentary election in Taean, about 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Seoul April 9, 2012. The man was taken away by bodyguards later. The elections will select total 300 lawmakers across the country on April 11. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA/
RTR30IN7
April 09, 2012
An unidentified man (2nd L, wearing a cap) dashes and hits the face of Han Myeong-sook (front R), chairwoman...
TAEAN, South Korea
An unidentified man dashes and hits the face of Han Myeong-sook, chairwoman of main opposition Democratic...
An unidentified man (2nd L, wearing a cap) dashes and hits the face of Han Myeong-sook (front R), chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party (DUP), with an egg, while Han was walking at a market during a campaign for the April 11 parliamentary election in Taean, about 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Seoul April 9, 2012. The man was taken away by bodyguards later. The elections will select total 300 lawmakers across the country on April 11. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA/
RTR30IMQ
April 09, 2012
An unidentified man (2nd L, wearing a cap) dashes and hits the face of Han Myeong-sook (front R), chairwoman...
TAEAN, South Korea
An unidentified man dashes and hits the face of Han Myeong-sook, chairwoman of main opposition Democratic...
An unidentified man (2nd L, wearing a cap) dashes and hits the face of Han Myeong-sook (front R), chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party (DUP), with an egg, while Han was walking at a market during a campaign for the April 11 parliamentary election in Taean, about 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Seoul April 9, 2012. The man was taken away by bodyguards later. The elections will select total 300 lawmakers across the country on April 11. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA/
RTR30ILV
April 09, 2012
An unidentified man (2nd L, wearing a cap) dashes and hits the face of Han Myeong-sook (front R), chairwoman...
TAEAN, South Korea
An unidentified man dashes and hits the face of Han Myeong-sook, chairwoman of main opposition Democratic...
An unidentified man (2nd L, wearing a cap) dashes and hits the face of Han Myeong-sook (front R), chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party (DUP), with an egg, while Han was walking at a market during a campaign for the April 11 parliamentary election in Taean, about 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Seoul April 9, 2012. The man was taken away by bodyguards later. The elections will select total 300 lawmakers across the country on April 11. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA/
RTR30ILR
April 09, 2012
An unidentified man (2nd L, wearing a cap) dashes and hits the face of Han Myeong-sook (front R), chairwoman...
TAEAN, South Korea
An unidentified man dashes and hits the face of Han Myeong-sook, chairwoman of main opposition Democratic...
An unidentified man (2nd L, wearing a cap) dashes and hits the face of Han Myeong-sook (front R), chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party (DUP), with an egg, while Han was walking at a market during a campaign for the April 11 parliamentary election in Taean, about 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Seoul April 9, 2012. The man was taken away by bodyguards later. The elections will select total 300 lawmakers across the country on April 11. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
KOREA/
RTR30IL3
April 09, 2012
Chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party (DUP) Han Myeong-sook (L) and former pro-unification...
Seoul, South Korea
Chairwoman of main opposition DUP Han and former pro-unification activist Lim attend a campaign for the...
Chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party (DUP) Han Myeong-sook (L) and former pro-unification activist Lim Su-Kyung attend a campaign for the April 11 parliamentary election, in Seoul April 9, 2012. The elections will select total 300 lawmakers across the country on April 11. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA/
RTR30IKZ
April 09, 2012
Chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party (DUP) Han Myeong-sook (4th L), Seoul National University...
Seoul, South Korea
Chairwoman of main opposition DUP Han and Seoul National University law professor Cho attend a campaign...
Chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party (DUP) Han Myeong-sook (4th L), Seoul National University law professor Cho Guk (3rd L) and writer Gong Ji-young (3rd R) attend a campaign for Woo Sang-ho (4th R), who is a candidate for the April 11 parliamentary election, in Seoul April 9, 2012. The elections will select total 300 lawmakers across the country on April 11. The placards read: "prince of vote" (yellow) and "princess of vote" (bottom 2nd R). REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA/
RTR30HDC
April 08, 2012
Han Myeong-sook (C), chairwoman of the main opposition Democratic United Party and Rhyu Si-min (R), co-chair...
Seoul, South Korea
Han Myeong-sook, chairwoman of the main opposition Democratic United Party and Rhyu Si-min, co-chair...
Han Myeong-sook (C), chairwoman of the main opposition Democratic United Party and Rhyu Si-min (R), co-chair of the Unified Progressive Party attend their joint oppositions' campaign for the April 11 parliamentary election in Seoul April 8, 2012. The elections will select total 300 lawmakers across the country on April 11. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA/
RTR30HDA
April 08, 2012
Han Myeong-sook (C), chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party (DUP), attends a joint campaign...
Seoul, South Korea
Han chairwoman of main opposition DUP, attends a joint campaign for the April 11 parliamentary election...
Han Myeong-sook (C), chairwoman of main opposition Democratic United Party (DUP), attends a joint campaign for the April 11 parliamentary election with the DUP's candidate Lee Mi-kyung (R) and another opposition Unified Progressive Party's candidate Cheon Ho-sun, who run for lawmaker in different districts, in Seoul April 8, 2012. The elections will select total 300 lawmakers across the country on April 11. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA/
RTR301AX
March 29, 2012
Han Myeong-sook (C), chairwoman of the main opposition Democratic United Party, Rhyu Si-min (L), co-chair...
Seoul, South Korea
Han Myeong-sook, chairwoman of the main opposition Democratic United Party, Rhyu Si-min, co-chair of...
Han Myeong-sook (C), chairwoman of the main opposition Democratic United Party, Rhyu Si-min (L), co-chair of the Unified Progressive Party (UPP) and Lee Jung-hee, co-chair of the UPP attend a joint election campaign of the two opposition parties in Seoul March 29, 2012. Official campaigning for the April 11 parliamentary elections began from Thursday. The elections will select a total of 300 lawmakers. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-POLITICS/
RTR2EOCG
June 02, 2010
Supporters of South Korea's former Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook, who is the main opposition Democratic...
Seoul, South Korea
Supporters of South Korea's former PM and Democratic Party's candidate for Seoul Mayor in local elections...
Supporters of South Korea's former Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook, who is the main opposition Democratic Party's candidate for Seoul Mayor in local elections, celebrate at Seoul City Hall Plaza in Seoul early June 3, 2010. South Koreans voted in regional elections on Wednesday, a barometer of support for conservative President Lee Myung-bak as he tries to push through business-friendly reforms, with the North Korea standoff a key campaign issue while liberal oppositions has blamed Lee for provoking tension between two Koreas and not keeping his presidential election promises. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-POLITICS/
RTR2EOCB
June 02, 2010
South Korea's former Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook (L), who is the main opposition Democratic Party's...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korea's former PM and Democratic Party's candidate for Seoul Mayor in local elections Han celebrates...
South Korea's former Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook (L), who is the main opposition Democratic Party's candidate for Seoul Mayor in local elections, celebrates with Chung Se-kyun, leader of the party at a headquarters of the party in Seoul June 2, 2010. South Koreans voted in regional elections on Wednesday, a barometer of support for conservative President Lee Myung-bak as he tries to push through business-friendly reforms, with the North Korea standoff a key campaign issue while liberal oppositions has blamed Lee for provoking tension between two Koreas and not keeping his presidential election promises. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-POLITICS/
RTR2EO4G
June 02, 2010
South Korea's former Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook, who is the main opposition Democratic Party's candidate...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korea's former PM Han speaks while watching exit polls being broadcast at a headquarters of the...
South Korea's former Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook, who is the main opposition Democratic Party's candidate for Seoul Mayor during local elections, speaks while watching exit polls being broadcast at a headquarters of the party in Seoul June 2, 2010. South Koreans voted in regional elections on Wednesday, a barometer of support for conservative President Lee Myung-bak as he tries to push through business-friendly reforms, with the North Korea standoff a key campaign issue while liberal oppositions has blamed Lee for provoking tension between two Koreas and not keeping his presidential election promises. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-POLITICS/
RTR2EO40
June 02, 2010
South Korea's former Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook, who is the main opposition Democratic Party's candidate...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korea's former PM Han speaks while watching exit polls being broadcast at a headquarters of the...
South Korea's former Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook, who is the main opposition Democratic Party's candidate for Seoul Mayor during local elections, speaks while watching exit polls being broadcast at a headquarters of the party in Seoul June 2, 2010. South Koreans voted in regional elections on Wednesday, a barometer of support for conservative President Lee Myung-bak as he tries to push through business-friendly reforms, with the North Korea standoff a key campaign issue while liberal oppositions has blamed Lee for provoking tension between two Koreas and not keeping his presidential election promises. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-POLITICS/
RTR2EO3W
June 02, 2010
South Korea's former Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook, who is the main opposition Democratic Party's candidate...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korea's former PM Han speaks while watching exit polls being broadcast at a headquarters of the...
South Korea's former Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook, who is the main opposition Democratic Party's candidate for Seoul Mayor during local elections, speaks while watching exit polls being broadcast at a headquarters of the party in Seoul June 2, 2010. South Koreans voted in regional elections on Wednesday, a barometer of support for conservative President Lee Myung-bak as he tries to push through business-friendly reforms, with the North Korea standoff a key campaign issue while liberal oppositions has blamed Lee for provoking tension between two Koreas and not keeping his presidential election promises. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-POLITICS/
RTR2ENB6
June 02, 2010
South Korea's former Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook, who is the main opposition Democratic Party's candidate...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korea's former PM Han walks out after marking her ballots at a polling station in Seoul
South Korea's former Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook, who is the main opposition Democratic Party's candidate for Seoul mayor for local elections, walks out after marking her ballots at a polling station in Seoul June 2, 2010. South Koreans voted in regional elections on Wednesday, a barometer of support for President Lee Myung-bak as he tries to push through business-friendly reforms, with the North Korea standoff a key campaign issue. REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-POLITICS/
RTR2ENB5
June 02, 2010
South Korea's former Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook, who is the main opposition Democratic Party's candidate...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korea's former PM Han emerges from behind a curtain after marking her ballots at a polling station...
South Korea's former Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook, who is the main opposition Democratic Party's candidate for Seoul mayor for local elections, emerges from behind a curtain after marking her ballots at a polling station in Seoul June 2, 2010. South Koreans voted in regional elections on Wednesday, a barometer of support for President Lee Myung-bak as he tries to push through business-friendly reforms, with the North Korea standoff a key campaign issue. REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-POLITICS/
RTR2ENB2
June 02, 2010
South Korea's former Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook (L), who is the main opposition Democratic Party's...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korea's former PM Han and her husband Park cast their ballots at a polling station in Seoul
South Korea's former Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook (L), who is the main opposition Democratic Party's candidate for Seoul mayor for local elections, and her husband Park Sung-jun cast their ballots at a polling station in Seoul June 2, 2010. South Koreans voted in regional elections on Wednesday, a barometer of support for President Lee Myung-bak as he tries to push through business-friendly reforms, with the North Korea standoff a key campaign issue. REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA/
RTR2EMFY
June 01, 2010
A supporter of South Korea's former Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook, who is the main opposition Democratic...
Seoul, South Korea
A supporter of South Korea's former PM Han shouts Han's name during an election campaign in Seoul
A supporter of South Korea's former Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook, who is the main opposition Democratic Party's candidate for Seoul Mayor for the upcoming local elections, shouts Han's name during an election campaign in Seoul June 1, 2010. The local elections will be held on June 2 across the country. REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA/
RTR2EMFL
June 01, 2010
South Korea's former Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook, who is the main opposition Democratic Party's candidate...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korea's former PM Han is greeted by her supporters during an election campaign in Seoul
South Korea's former Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook, who is the main opposition Democratic Party's candidate for Seoul Mayor for the upcoming local elections, is greeted by her supporters during an election campaign in Seoul June 1, 2010. The local elections will be held on June 2 across the country. REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA/
RTR2EMFF
June 01, 2010
Supporters of South Korea's former Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook, who is the main opposition Democratic...
Seoul, South Korea
Supporters of South Korea's former PM Han shout her name during an election campaign in Seoul
Supporters of South Korea's former Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook, who is the main opposition Democratic Party's candidate for Seoul Mayor for the upcoming local elections, shout Han's name during an election campaign in Seoul June 1, 2010. The local elections will be held on June 2 across the country. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA/
RTR2EMF7
June 01, 2010
Supporters of South Korea's former Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook, who is the main opposition Democratic...
Seoul, South Korea
Supporters of South Korea's former PM Han shout her name during an election campaign in Seoul
Supporters of South Korea's former Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook, who is the main opposition Democratic Party's candidate for Seoul Mayor for the upcoming local elections, shout Han's name during an election campaign in Seoul June 1, 2010. The local elections will be held on June 2 across the country. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA-POLITICS/
RTR2EM40
June 01, 2010
South Korea's former Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook (front R), who is the main opposition Democratic...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korea's former PM Han arrives for an election campaign rally in Seoul
South Korea's former Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook (front R), who is the main opposition Democratic Party's candidate for Seoul mayoral position in the upcoming local election, arrives for an election campaign rally in Seoul June 1, 2010. The local election will be held on Wednesday across the country. REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA/
RTR2EKX0
May 31, 2010
South Korea's former Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook (R), who is the main opposition Democratic Party's...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korea's former Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook, who is the main opposition Democratic Party's candidate...
South Korea's former Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook (R), who is the main opposition Democratic Party's candidate for Seoul Mayor for the upcoming local elections, shakes hands with a supporters during an election campaign in Seoul May 31, 2010. The local elections will be held on June 2 across the country. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KOREA/
RTR2EKWZ
May 31, 2010
South Korea's former Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook (C), who is the main opposition Democratic Party's...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korea's former Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook, who is the main opposition Democratic Party's candidate...
South Korea's former Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook (C), who is the main opposition Democratic Party's candidate for Seoul Mayor for the upcoming local elections, hugs a supporter during an election campaign in Seoul May 31, 2010. The local elections will be held on June 2 across the country. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
JAPAN
RTR1Q1A4
May 24, 2007
Former South Korean prime minister Han Myeong-sook delivers a speech during the 13th International Conference...
Tokyo, Japan
Former South Korean prime minister Han delivers a speech during the 13th International Conference on...
Former South Korean prime minister Han Myeong-sook delivers a speech during the 13th International Conference on "The Future of Asia", in Tokyo May 24, 2007. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN
RTR1Q1A1
May 24, 2007
Former South Korean prime minister Han Myeong-sook delivers a speech during the 13th International Conference...
Tokyo, Japan
Former South Korean prime minister Han delivers a speech during the 13th International Conference on...
Former South Korean prime minister Han Myeong-sook delivers a speech during the 13th International Conference on "The Future of Asia", in Tokyo May 24, 2007. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
KOREA/
RTR1N6LG
March 07, 2007
South Korea's Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook hugs a government officer as she leaves her office after...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korea's PM Han hugs a government officer as she leaves her office in Seoul
South Korea's Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook hugs a government officer as she leaves her office after a farewell ceremony for her in Seoul March 7, 2007. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
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January 16, 2007
Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (L) is greeted by South Korea's Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook...
Seoul, South Korea
Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (L) is greeted by South Korea's Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook...
Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (L) is greeted by South Korea's Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook at her office in Seoul January 16, 2007. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-USA/TRADE
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December 12, 2006
U.S. Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez (L) shakes hands with South Korean Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook...
Seoul, South Korea
U.S. Commerce Secretary Gutierrez shakes hands with South Korean PM Han at photo opportunity before their...
U.S. Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez (L) shakes hands with South Korean Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook at a photo opportunity before their meeting in Seoul December 12, 2006. South Korea's demand for changes to U.S. anti-dumping laws can jeopardise the chance of a free trade deal winning U.S. congressional approval, Gutierrez said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-USA/TRADE
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December 12, 2006
U.S. Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez (L) shakes hands with South Korean Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook...
Seoul, South Korea
U.S. Commerce Secretary Gutierrez shakes hands with South Korean PM Han at photo opportunity before their...
U.S. Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez (L) shakes hands with South Korean Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook at a photo opportunity before their meeting in Seoul December 12, 2006. South Korea's demand for changes to U.S. anti-dumping laws can jeopardise the chance of a free trade deal winning U.S. congressional approval, Gutierrez said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
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November 16, 2006
Ralph Heath, president of Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company, waits for South Korea's Prime Minister...
Seoul, South Korea
Heath, president of Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company, waits for South Korea's Prime Minister Han at...
Ralph Heath, president of Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company, waits for South Korea's Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook at the latter's office in Seoul November 16, 2006. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
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November 16, 2006
South Korea's Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook (R) greets Ralph Heath, president of Lockheed's aeronautics...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korea's Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook (R) greets Ralph Heath, president of Lockheed's aeronautics...
South Korea's Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook (R) greets Ralph Heath, president of Lockheed's aeronautics unit, at her office in Seoul November 16, 2006. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
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October 25, 2006
South Korean Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook (R) greets Britain's Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook greets Britain's Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott in Seoul...
South Korean Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook (R) greets Britain's Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott at the Han's office in Seoul October 25, 2006. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
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October 17, 2006
Russia's Prime Minister Mikhail Fradkov (L) and South Korea's Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook attend a...
Seoul, South Korea
Russia's Prime Minister Mikhail Fradkov and South Korea's Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook attend news...
Russia's Prime Minister Mikhail Fradkov (L) and South Korea's Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook attend a news conference in Seoul October 17, 2006. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
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October 17, 2006
Russia's Prime Minister Mikhail Fradkov (rear L) talks with South Korea's Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook...
Seoul, South Korea
Russia's Prime Minister Mikhail Fradkov talks with South Korea's Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook in Seoul...
Russia's Prime Minister Mikhail Fradkov (rear L) talks with South Korea's Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook while, their officials sign a document at a signing ceremony for improving the cooperation between two countries, in Seoul October 17, 2006. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
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October 17, 2006
Russia's Prime Minister Mikhail Fradkov (L) talks with South Korea's Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook at...
Seoul, South Korea
Russia's Prime Minister Mikhail Fradkov talks with South Korea's Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook in Seoul...
Russia's Prime Minister Mikhail Fradkov (L) talks with South Korea's Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook at a signing ceremony for improving the cooperation between two countries, in Seoul October 17, 2006. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
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October 17, 2006
South Korean Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook (R) greets her Russian counterpart Mikhail Fradkov at Han's...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean Prime Minister Han greets her Russian counterpart Fradkov at Han's office in Seoul
South Korean Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook (R) greets her Russian counterpart Mikhail Fradkov at Han's office in Seoul October 17, 2006. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
JAPAN KOREA
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October 09, 2006
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (L) speaks with South Korean Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook before...
Seoul, South Korea
Japanese Prime Minister Abe speaks with South Korean Prime Minister Han before their luncheon meeting...
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (L) speaks with South Korean Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook before their luncheon meeting at the South Korean Prime Minister's official residence in Seoul October 9, 2006. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA)
JAPAN KOREA
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October 09, 2006
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (L) walks with South Korean Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook before...
Seoul, South Korea
Japanese Prime Minister Abe walks with South Korean Prime Minister Han before their luncheon meeting...
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (L) walks with South Korean Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook before their luncheon meeting at the South Korean Prime Minister's official residence in Seoul October 9, 2006. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA)
FINLAND
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September 10, 2006
Finland's President Tarja Halonen (L) shares a word with South Korea's President Roh Moo Hyun (R) and...
Helsinki, Finland
Finland's President Tarja Halonen shares a word with Korea's President Roh Moo Hyun and Foreign Minister...
Finland's President Tarja Halonen (L) shares a word with South Korea's President Roh Moo Hyun (R) and First Lady Kwon Yang Suk during arrivals for the ASEM summit in Helsinki September 10, 2006. REUTERS/Michel Euler/Pool (FINLAND)
KOREA GAMBLING
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August 29, 2006
South Korea's Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook apologizes to the nation at the government house in Seoul...
Seoul, Korea
South Korea's Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook apologizes to the nation in Seoul
South Korea's Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook apologizes to the nation at the government house in Seoul August 29, 2006. Han apologized Tuesday for the government's administrative lapses allowing the growth of illegal video game arcades and pledged to eradicate such games that are seen to promote gambling. REUTERS/Lee Jin-man/Pool (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA GAMBLING
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August 29, 2006
South Korea's Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook bows to apologize to the nation at the government house...
Seoul, Korea
South Korea's Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook bows to apologize to the nation in Seoul
South Korea's Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook bows to apologize to the nation at the government house in Seoul August 29, 2006. Han apologized Tuesday for the government's administrative lapses allowing the growth of illegal video game arcades and pledged to eradicate such games that are seen to promote gambling. REUTERS/Lee Jin-man/Pool (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
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June 25, 2006
South Korean Prime Minister Han Myeong-Sook speaks at a ceremony commemorating the 56th anniversary of...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean Prime Minister Han speaks at a ceremony in Seoul
South Korean Prime Minister Han Myeong-Sook speaks at a ceremony commemorating the 56th anniversary of the outbreak of the 1950-53 Korean War in Seoul June 25, 2006. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
GERMANY
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June 14, 2006
German Chancellor Angela Merkel (L) talks to South Korean Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook after inspecting...
Berlin, Germany
German Chancellor Merkel talks to South Korean Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook after inspecting the guard...
German Chancellor Angela Merkel (L) talks to South Korean Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook after inspecting the guard of honour in Berlin June 14, 2006. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY)
GERMANY
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June 14, 2006
German Chancellor Angela Merkel (R) welcomes South Korean Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook in Berlin June...
Berlin, Germany
German Chancellor Merkel welcomes South Korean Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook in Berlin
German Chancellor Angela Merkel (R) welcomes South Korean Prime Minister Han Myeong-sook in Berlin June 14, 2006. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY)
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