After the electoral defeat of self-styled centrist Ahn Cheol-soo, it is worth reflecting on an alternative that the South Korean people forwent.
Moon Jae-in won the election and restored progressive rule after 9 years. Beneath his nice-guy facade and policies toward the North lies a complex persona.
South Korea elected its new president, Moon Jae-in. He says this is the "triumph of yearning." His supporters are hopeful that Moon can bring about change.
What is will the voters be munching on during the post-election coverage in South Korea? Progressives and conservatives think differently on fried chicken.
For workers at South Korea's post office, the election season can sometimes be deadly. Mail carriers apparently have to deliver at least 1,000 mails a day.
Following the Park Geun-hye scandal, South Korea's conservatives are in major trouble. They are divided. They will most likely lose the presidential race.
Fake news is on the rise. A study says that the amount of fake news related to this presidential election is four times higher than the election in 2012.
Regionalism in South Korea is a potent force. Where does it come from, and how will it play into the upcoming presidential election?