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Thursday, April 15, 2004

두표, 개표 (완전 수정)

The final election results in a table linked from Hankyoreh.

The voting percentage was only 59.9%, which is a very low figure. From "my district" Gwanak-eul, Yi Hae-ch'an (Lee Hae-chan), who I think was also the previous representativegot elected with 41.1% of the votes. Kim Ch'ôl-su (or Chul-soo) of GNP, who has made his face quite known in my neighborhood there, was 2nd with 33.3% of votes. Kim owns the Yangji Hospital near Sillim-dong subway station, and has the both sides of his business card full of jobs and functions. He is likely to get quoted in my dissertation for saying in a neighborhood funeral that "this is like in a village."
Lee Hae-chan    Kim Chul-soo

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