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South Korea Opposition Leader Lee Jae-Myung Stabbed in Neck During Busan Visit

In a shocking incident in South Korea, Lee Jae-Myung, the leader of the main opposition Democratic Party, was brutally attacked. The event took place in the southeastern city of Busan during his visit there. As he was interacting with journalists after visiting a new airport site, an unidentified man suddenly lunged at him and stabbed him in the neck. The footage of this appalling attack was captured and aired on South Korean television.

Despite the severity of the assault, Lee Jae-Myung remained conscious, although he was left bloodied from the incident. He was quickly rushed to a nearby hospital for immediate medical attention. The motives behind this attack are still unclear, as few details have been released regarding the intentions of the assailant. This alarming event has sent shockwaves throughout the nation, drawing widespread attention and concern



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