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South Korea election

South Korean presidential hopeful looks to improve ties with Japan

Ex-prosecutor general would keep Seoul in intelligence-sharing deal

Former Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-youl's platform positions Japan as a neighbor with shared values. (Yonhap via Reuters)

SEOUL -- South Korean presidential candidate Yoon Seok-youl on Wednesday promised a better relationship with Japan, stressing the importance of a bilateral intelligence-sharing agreement whose future has been uncertain under the current administration.

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