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Disillusioned younger voters hold key to South Korea presidential race

Both leading candidates struggle to win over independents in tight campaign

Presidential candidates Yoon Seok-youl, left, and Lee Jae-myung both fare poorly in favorability ratings.

SEOUL -- South Korea's two main presidential candidates are running neck and neck just over two months before the election, spurring a scramble for young independent voters to tip the scales.

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