Two months after booting their sitting president over corruption allegations, South Koreans will select a new leader Tuesday after weeks of heated debate.
The winner will be tasked with healing a nation that's split deeply between left and right, and faced with a decaying job market, an uneasy alliance with the United States and a growing threat posed by North Korea's nuclear weapons and missiles.
What to know about the vote:
SOUTH KOREA LOOKS READY TO GO LIBERAL
With the country's previous conservative president in jail awaiting trial on corruption charges, the race has become a showdown between two liberal candidates: Moon Jae-in and Ahn Cheol-soo....