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SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA (FILE - DECEMBER 19, 2012) (REUTERS) ****WARNING CONTAINS FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY*** VARIOUS OF PEOPLE GATHERED AT SEOUL STATION WATCHING TELEVISION SHOWING STATUS OF BALLOT TALLY FOR THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA (FILE - DECEMBER 20, 2012) (REUTERS) MOON STANDING AT PODIUM AFTER HE WAS DEFEATED IN THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION MOON WAVING AND WALKING AWAY South Korea's 18th presidential election was held on December 19, 2012 and Moon was joined by his wife when he voted at a polling station in Busan. However, Moon was defeated by Park Geun-hye, by 3 percentage points as she became the first female president of South Korea. SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA (FILE - NOVEMBER 3, 2015) (REUTERS) SOUTH KOREAN LAWMAKERS GATHERED AT THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY TO PROTEST AGAINST STATE-ISSUE HISTORY TEXTBOOK, CHANTING AND HOLDING BANNER READING (Korean): "PROTEST AGAINST DISTORTED HISTORY TEXTBOOK" MOON SPEAKING South Korea's government on November 3 said it would publish history textbooks for use in schools from 2017, which fuelled suspicion about then President Park Geun-hye's motive in adopting the policy, amid sharply divided views of the leadership of her father, Park Chung-hee. Moon, when he was Head of the main opposition New Politics Alliance for Democracy (NPAD), called the move a setback for democracy, saying it proved the government's intent to stifle diverse views of history and gloss over South Korea's painful struggle to attain democracy. SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA (FILE - NOVEMBER 22, 2015) (REUTERS) PORTRAIT OF LATE SOUTH KOREAN PRESIDENT, KIM YOUNG-SAM, PLACED AT ALTAR MOON AND HIS PARTY MEMBERS WALKING INTO FUNERAL VENUE MOON SPEAKING In November, 2015, former South Korean President Kim Young-sam, who was elected to office in 1992 and put an end to more than three decades of military rule, died at the age of 87. Moon visited Kim's altar and said that it is time to praise a philosophy of democracy created by Kim who once said 'Dawn will come even if a rooster is strangled'. SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA (FILE - DECEMBER 15, 2016) (REUTERS) MOON (CENTRE) SPEAKING AT SEOUL FOREIGN CORRESPONDENTS' CLUB'S NEWS CONFERENCE ROOM MOON SPEAKING NEWS CONFERENCE IN PROGRESS In 2016, South Korea and the United States agreed to deploy a Terminal High Altitude Area Defence (THAAD) anti-missile system in response to North Korean nuclear and ballistic missile tests. Moon held a news conference in Seoul and said the deployment of a U.S. anti-missile system should be decided by the next administration.

File Footage Of South Korean President-Elect Moon Jae-In

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By: Reuters

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