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South Korea election

Young South Koreans set to have large sway in general election

More than 40% are undecided on who they will vote for in April 15 poll

A young woman poses for a picture next to a cherry blossom tree in Seoul on April 1. Many voters aged under 30 are undecided who to vote for in South Korea's April 15 general election.    © Reuters

SEOUL -- In an aging society, young voters will likely be a key constituency in South Korea's general election on April 15.

The two main parties are making promises to sway nearly 8 million voters aged 18 to 29, who represent 18.1% of the electorate. Many remain undecided.

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