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Koreans have been heading to the polls on this Friday as an early voting system that doesn't require prior registration, begins for the first time in Korea's local election history.
Those unable to cast their ballot on election day, June 4th, can head to any of the 3-thousand 5-hundred polling stations open nationwide, from six a.m. until six p.m.
On election day, however, voters may only cast ballots at their designated neighborhood polling station.
The location of the polling booths can be found on the National Election Commission's website and voters need only bring their resident registration card with them.
The two-day early voting period will end at 6 p.m. on Saturday.