Democrat Moon Jae-in wins the presidential elections in South Korea. This is evidenced by the exit-poll data published on Tuesday, Renhap agency reports.
According to the information of the agency, 41.1% of the electorate voted for Moon Jae-in, 23% for the representative of the Free Korea Conservative Party Hong Jun-pyo, and 21.8% for the representative of the People's Party An Chul-Su.
Earlier, former South Korean President Park Geun Hye was formally charged on several cases, including bribery.
The law enforces completed the investigation of the corruption scandal case.
Park Geun Hye was removed from office on March 10 by decision of the country's constitutional court.
According to the prosecutor, the former president is accused of abuse of power, bribery and leakage of secret data.