South Koreans will cast their votes for president tomorrow, and USC's David Kang says Koreans here in America are taking notice.
The country's former head of state, Park Geun-hye, was ousted from office after allegations of corruption.
At stake is a host of issues both social and economic. They range from high suicide rates to sluggish population growth. On an economic level, Kang says there are concerns over the influence that big business has on policy making.
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