South Koreans choose a new leader on Wednesday in an election shadowed by the ghosts of two dead presidents -- the assassinated dictator Park Chung-Hee and the left-wing Roh Moo-Hyun, who took his own life.
Park Geun-Hye of the ruling New Frontier Party greets supporters in Suwon, south of Seoul, on December 17, 2012. Wednesday's ballot is a face-off between her and Moon Jae-In of the liberal opposition party.
The ballot is a face-off between Park's daughter, Park Geun-Hye of the ruling conservative party, and Roh's former chief of staff and close friend Moon Jae-In of the liberal opposition party.
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