KEI webinar: The Implications of South Korea’s National Assembly Elections

This webinar, organised by the Korea Economic Institute of America, seems to be open to anyone interested, but you do need to register with KEI.

The Implications of South Korea’s National Assembly Elections

Thursday, April 16, 2020
9:00am-10:00am U.S. EDT | 2:00pm-3:00pm U.K. BST | 10:00pm-11:00pm KST
Livestreamed via Zoom
Register via KEI website

Featuring:

Song Hochang
Managing Director of Asia Strategy, FiscalNote
Former Member of the National Assembly

Kang Insun
Deputy Managing Editor for Diplomacy and National Security
Former Washington Bureau Chief, Chosun Ilbo

Scott Snyder
Senior Fellow for Korea Studies and Director of the Program on U.S.-Korea Policy
Council on Foreign Relations

Moderated by:

Troy Stangarone
Senior Director and Fellow
Korea Economic Institute of America

On April 15, South Korea will be one of the first nations to conduct an election since the World Health Organization declared the spread of COVID-19 as a global pandemic. When voters head to the polls during this crisis they will cast votes for all 300 seats in the National Assembly and have more choices than ever thanks to changes in how proportional voting seats are distributed. The elections will also serve as an opportunity for votes to give an assessment of the Moon administration’s first half and serve as an opportunity for voters express their preferences for the future direction of policy.

Please join KEI for a livestream discussion of the implications of South Korea’s National Assembly election for South Korean policy during the remainder of the Moon administration and how South Korea worked to protect its elections during a time of global pandemic.

This event will be livestreamed on Zoom with an interactive Q&A session. To ask a question of the speakers please use the Zoom Q&A function.

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