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Coronavirus: Another crisis tests a South Korean president

Conservative or liberal, leaders are defined by response to emergencies

People in Seoul during the MERS outbreak in June 2015.

TOKYO -- In battling the explosive COVID-19 outbreak in South Korea, President Moon Jae-in finds himself struggling not just to contain infections and deaths, but also with the seemingly inescapable crisis management jinx that tested previous leaders.

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