2022 South Korean presidential election

Republic of Korea's next presidential election scheduled for March 9, 2022

The 2022 South Korean presidential election, or 20th Republic of Korea presidential election (Hangul: 제20대 대한민국 대통령 선거) in South Korea, was held in South Korea on 9 March 2022. It was the eighth presidential election.

2022 South Korean presidential election

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Opinion polls
Registered44,197,692
Turnout77.1% (Decrease0.1)[1]
 
South Korea President Yoon Suk Yeol portrait.jpg
2022 Lee Jae-myung portrait.jpg
Nominee Yoon Suk-yeol Lee Jae-myung
Party People Power Democratic
Popular vote 16,394,815 16,147,738
Percentage 48.56% 47.83%


President before election

Moon Jae-in
Democratic

Elected President

Yoon Suk-yeol
People Power

Candidates

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Democratic Party

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Democratic Party Ticket
Lee Jae-myung
for President
 
35th
Governor of Gyeonggi Province
(2018–2021)
Campaign
 

The following people were candidates for the Democratic party primaries, but did not win the nomination or dropped out:

People Power Party

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People Power Party Ticket
Yoon Seok-youl
for President
 
Prosecutor General of South Korea
(2019–2021)
from Seoul

The following individuals were candidates for the People Power Party primaries but did not win the nomination or dropped out:

Justice Party

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Justice Party Ticket
Sim Sang-jung
for President
 
Member of the National Assembly
(2012–)
from Gyeonggi Province

The following individual was a candidates for the People Power Party primaries but did not win the nomination:

Withdrawn

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People Party

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People Party Ticket
Ahn Cheol-soo
for President
 
Leader of the People Party
(2020–)
from Seoul

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