South Korea ruling party is set to win majority of seats in the parliament, exit polls suggested on Wednesday.

The ruling Democratic Party and its satellite Platform Party are expected to win 155-178 seats in the 300-seated National Assembly, South Korea’s public broadcaster KBS showed.

South Korea held its parliamentary elections today amid COVID-19 crisis.

The National Election Commission said that nearly 62.6% voters turned out to cast their ballot to elect 300-member unicameral parliament, called National Assembly.

Nearly 27.5 million people cast their votes at 14,330 polling stations across the country, Yonhap news reported.

Election commission said that

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