Party leaders and members of South Korean presidential candidate Park Geun-Hye's ruling Saenuri Party watch a television broadcasting exit polls at the party's headquarters in Seoul on Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2012. Surveys released after polls closed in South Korea's hard-fought presidential election Wednesday indicated the race to replace unpopular incumbent Lee Myung-bak was too close to call. (AP Photo/Kim Jae-hwan, Pool)

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Party leaders and members of South Korean presidential candidate Park Geun-Hye's ruling Saenuri Party  watch a television broadcasting  exit polls at the party's headquarters in Seoul on Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2012. Surveys released after polls closed in South Korea's hard-fought presidential election Wednesday indicated the race to replace unpopular incumbent Lee Myung-bak was too close to call. (AP Photo/Kim Jae-hwan, Pool)
Party leaders and members of South Korean presidential candidate Park Geun-Hye's ruling Saenuri Party watch a television broadcasting exit polls at the party's headquarters in Seoul on Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2012. Surveys released after polls closed in South Korea's hard-fought presidential election Wednesday indicated the race to replace unpopular incumbent Lee Myung-bak was too close to call. (AP Photo/Kim Jae-hwan, Pool)
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