Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, speaks to the media after voting at a polling station in Busan

 
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, speaks to the media after voting at a polling station in Busan
Moon Jae-in, former human rights lawyer and presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic United Party, speaks to the media after voting at a polling station in Busan December 19, 2012. South Koreans vote for a new president on Wednesday against a backdrop of a hostile North Korea and a slowing economy, in a battle between conservative candidate Park Geun-hye, 60, daughter of former military ruler Park Chung-hee and Moon, who was jailed by her father decades ago for political activism. REUTERS/Woohae Cho