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2017 is an interesting year for South Korean politics. A president has been ousted from office for the first time under the democratic constitution. The ruling conservative party is in shambles, splintered into three parties. The leading presidential candidates are mostly those that identify with the left, which means the country could have its first liberal administration in ten years. The 60-day race to the presidency, which for many began even before Park Geun-hye was thrown out on Mar. 10, w
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