A voter wearing plastic gloves casts a vote at a polling station in Seoul on Wednesday. Photo: APA voter wearing plastic gloves casts a vote at a polling station in Seoul on Wednesday. Photo: AP
A voter wearing plastic gloves casts a vote at a polling station in Seoul on Wednesday. Photo: AP

Moon Jae-in’s Democratic party set for majority in South Korea election, exit polls show

  • Turnout was the highest for a generation, and an exit poll projected the ruling party would take between 155 and 178 places in the National Assembly
  • Voters have to wear masks over their mouth and nose as well as disposable protective gloves at polling sites
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A voter wearing plastic gloves casts a vote at a polling station in Seoul on Wednesday. Photo: APA voter wearing plastic gloves casts a vote at a polling station in Seoul on Wednesday. Photo: AP
A voter wearing plastic gloves casts a vote at a polling station in Seoul on Wednesday. Photo: AP
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