South Korean President Moon Jae-in is currently riding a “pretty solid” wave of public approval over his administration's handling of the country's coronavirus situation, and he could use his increased popularity to advance some of his left-leaning policies further, says Scott Seaman
, Eurasia Group's Asia director.
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Scott Seaman focuses on the economic and trade policies and foreign relations of Japan, South Korea, and North Korea. His sectoral expertise includes energy, insurance, and information technologies.