SEOUL – Last month, South Korean voters elected Yoon Suk-yeol as their next president.
It was a hotly contested race, which Yoon won by a razor-thin margin of just 0.7%. What will the conservative People Power Party candidate’s victory mean for South Korea and East Asia?
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