Rivals in final election push

Seoul: The two rivals for South Korea's presidency made a final pitch to voters the eve of an election that looks set to go down to the wire and could produce the country's first female leader.

Ruling conservative party candidate Park Geun-Hye is looking to make history as the first female president, and the first to be related to former leader Park Chung-Hee.

Standing between Park and the presidential Blue House is the liberal Moon Jae-In from the main opposition party, a former human rights lawyer who was jailed for protesting against the regime of Park's father.


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