South Korean Presidential Election: Why Former Left-Wing Radicals Become Staunch US Allies
Presidential elections will be held in South Korea in early March. Given that there will be about a dozen candidates, as one might expect, everyone understands that the real struggle for the presidency will be led by representatives of the country’s two main political camps: Yoon Seok-youl and Lee Jae-myung. Nobody can predict the outcome of the elections, so that everything will be decided in the last days or even hours.
Andrei N. Lankov