Park Won-Soon, JUNE 4, 2014 - Seoul Mayor Park Won-Soon (C), the main opposition NPAD (New Politics Alliance for Democracy) candidate running for re-election, poses with his supporters at the main office of his election campaign in Seoul, South Korea. Park was a lawyer-turned-civic activist. South Koreans on June 4, 2014 vote for local elections to choose total 3,952 officials, which includes 17 metropolitan mayors and provincial governors, and 226 officials of low-level administrative units according to the National Election Commission. (Photo by Lee Jae-Won/AFLO) (SOUTH KOREA)

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Park Won-Soon, JUNE 4, 2014 - Seoul Mayor Park Won-Soon (C), the main opposition NPAD (New Politics Alliance for Democracy) candidate running for re-election, poses with his supporters at the main office of his election campaign in Seoul, South Korea. Park was a lawyer-turned-civic activist. South Koreans on June 4, 2014 vote for local elections to choose total 3,952 officials, which includes 17 metropolitan mayors and provincial governors, and 226 officials of low-level administrative units according to the National Election Commission. (Photo by Lee Jae-Won/AFLO) (SOUTH KOREA)

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