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Three reasons for Moon's landslide in South Korea's elections

Political middle ground has shifted since last president's impeachment

| South Korea

Jai Kwan Jung is Professor in the Department of Political Science and International Relations at Korea University.

South Korea's National Assembly elections on April 15 resulted in a landslide victory for President Moon Jae-in's government and his Democratic Party -- it won 180 seats out of 300. This is unprecedented in South Korea since its transition to democracy in 1987.

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