South Korea goes to the polls

South Korean Confucian scholars, wearing traditional attire, and their family members pose for photographers today as they cast their ballots in the presidential election at a polling station in Nonsan, South Korea. South Koreans bundled-up in thick mufflers and parkas braved frigid weather Wednesday to choose between Moon Jae-in, the liberal son of North Korean refugees, and Park Geun-hye, the conservative daughter of a late dictator.
South Korean Confucian scholars, wearing traditional attire, and their family members pose for photographers today as they cast their ballots in the presidential election at a polling station in Nonsan, South Korea. South Koreans bundled-up in thick mufflers and parkas braved frigid weather Wednesday to choose between Moon Jae-in, the liberal son of North Korean refugees, and Park Geun-hye, the conservative daughter of a late dictator. Yang Yeong-seok, Yonhap/AP Photo

South Korean Confucian scholars, wearing traditional attire, and their family members pose for photographers today as they cast their ballots in the presidential election at a polling station in Nonsan, South Korea. South Koreans bundled-up in thick mufflers and parkas braved frigid weather Wednesday to choose between Moon Jae-in, the liberal son of North Korean refugees, and Park Geun-hye, the conservative daughter of a late dictator.

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