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On April 10th, South Korea will hold general elections for its National Assembly. While the major opposition party strives to maintain its current majority party status, the emergence of new third parties complicates the traditional two-way race between the ruling and major opposition parties. The results of the elections will greatly impact the remaining three years of the Yoon government’s term. What were the main political parties’ strategies and challenges leading up to the elections and how did they lead to the election outcome? How will the political landscape, including the power relations within the main political parties, shift in the coming months? What will be the potential impact of the election results on Seoul’s repositioning its foreign and security policy? Please join the GW Institute for Korean Studies and East Asia National Resource Center for an online discussion by American and South Korean journalists on the prospects of a new domestic political geography in South Korea and its potential impact on U.S.-ROK relations.

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