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Kim Han-gill, right, chairman of the main opposition Democratic Party, talks with Hong Moon-jong, secretary-general of the ruling Saenuri Party, who made a visit to the makeshift tent the DP set up as a headquarters in front of Seoul City Hall to express their disgruntlement over the ruling party’s handling of a legislative investigation into allegations that the National Intelligence Service meddled in last year’s presidential election. Hong asked Kim to come back to the National Assembly and Kim said, “We want to. Please, let us return as soon as possible.” By Kim Kyung-bin

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