SEOUL -- Campaigning for South Korea's local elections officially kicked off on Thursday, with the ruling Democratic Party of Korea aiming to translate President Moon Jae-in's popularity into victories in major races across the country.
Voters will cast their ballots on June 13 for 4,016 officials nationwide, including eight mayors of such big cities as Seoul and nine provincial governors.
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