South Korean president appoints justice minister despite scandals

By Jung Yeon-je

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I foresee Moon going the way of previous SK Presidents in that nation's history.

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Score-settling is ingrained in the South's winner-takes-all political system, with every one of the country's living former presidents either in prison or convicted of crimes after leaving office.

And let's not forget the one that would have been arrested but committed suicide. I'm surprised anyone wants this job!

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Moon can use Japan-bashing cards and everybody in Korea forget about this.

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More Japan-bashing rhetoric coming on the way to distract people's attention.

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Just like clockwork, he will bring up Japan's wartime past, and everyone around the world will think Japan has never apologized or tried to right by SK because that's the meme.

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