South Korea’s Yoon Suk-yeol, a former prosecutor who made his title taking down a president, should now present he can govern as one.
Yoon took workplace Tuesday as South Korea’s eighth elected president since full democracy in 1987, dealing with daunting challenges from a COVID-ravaged economic system to rising weapons exams by North Korean chief Kim Jong Un. The conservative should overcome a hostile legislature, an absence of diplomatic expertise and traditionally low recognition for an incoming elected chief in Asia’s fourth-largest economic system.
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