SINGAPORE -- South Korean voters supported President Moon Jae-in's party consolidate its power on Wednesday, a day after the historic U.S.-North Korea summit that Moon helped to orchestrate.
An exit poll released at 6 p.m. by broadcasters KBS, MBC and SBS showed the Democratic Party of Korea set to win in 14 of the 17 major cities and provinces being contested, including Seoul and Gyeonggi Province -- the country's two biggest constituencies.
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