South Koreans have elected a new president. Moon Jae In, the candidate of the liberal Democratic Party, claimed victory on Tuesday (May 9) night. His closest rivals, conservative Hong Joon Pyo and centrist Ahn Cheol Soo, both conceded while the votes were still being counted.
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