Unidentified members of opposition Democratic United Party watch TV news reporting exit polls on their presidential candidate Moon Jae-in in South Korea's presidential elections at the party headquarters in Seoul, South Korea, Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2012. The presidential election of Moon, whose parents fled North Korea on a U.S. naval ship during the Korean War, will be welcome news for leaders in Pyongyang who have seen few concessions from Seoul during conservative President Lee Myung-bak’s five years in office. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon. Pool)

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Unidentified members of opposition Democratic United Party watch TV news reporting exit polls on their presidential candidate Moon Jae-in  in South Korea's presidential elections at the party headquarters in Seoul, South Korea, Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2012. The presidential election of Moon, whose parents fled North Korea on a U.S. naval ship during the Korean War, will be welcome news for leaders in Pyongyang who have seen few concessions from Seoul during conservative President Lee Myung-bak’s five years in office.  (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon. Pool)
Unidentified members of opposition Democratic United Party watch TV news reporting exit polls on their presidential candidate Moon Jae-in in South Korea's presidential elections at the party headquarters in Seoul, South Korea, Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2012. The presidential election of Moon, whose parents fled North Korea on a U.S. naval ship during the Korean War, will be welcome news for leaders in Pyongyang who have seen few concessions from Seoul during conservative President Lee Myung-bak’s five years in office. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon. Pool)
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