Posted : 2010-06-03 10:36
Updated : 2010-06-03 10:36

List of winners in gubernatorial, mayoral elections

Following are the list the winners from Wednesday's 16 gubernatorial and mayoral races and their party affiliations.

Seoul -- Oh Se-hoon (incumbent, ruling Grand National Party)
Incheon -- Song Young-gil (former lawmaker, main opposition Democratic Party)
Busan -- Hur Nam-sik (incumbent, GNP)
Gwangju -- Kang Woon-tae (former lawmaker, DP)
Daejeon -- Yum Hong-chul (chair professor at the University of North Korean Studies, Liberty Forward Party)
Daegu -- Kim Bum-il (incumbent, GNP)
Ulsan -- Park Maeng-woo (incumbent, GNP)

Gyeonggi Province -- Kim Moon-su (incumbent, GNP)
Gangwon Province -- Lee Kwang-jae (former lawmaker, DP)
North Chungcheong Province -- Lee Si-jong (former lawmaker, DP)
South Chungcheong Province -- An Hee-jung (DP supreme council member, DP)
North Gyeongsang Province -- Kim Kwan-yong (incumbent, GNP)
South Gyeongsang Province -- Kim Doo-gwan (former minister of government administration and home affairs, independent)
North Jeolla Province -- Kim Wan-joo (incumbent, DP)
South Jeolla Province -- Park Joon-young (incumbent, DP)
Jeju Province -- Woo Keun-min (former Jeju governor, independent)
  • 1. Korean court gives foreigners equal rights over leases
  • 2. Park proposes constitutional revision
  • 3. 'Hongdae doesn't need casinos'
  • 4. President stumbles on 'Choi Soon-sil gate'
  • 5. Smiley actor Park Bo-gum frowns on 'rude' Philippines fans
  • 6. Park proposes constitutional revision
  • 7. Is Park a puppet of her confidant?
  • 8. High court acquits ex-KATUSA of raping American soldier
  • 9. Minor quake jolts south of Seoul
  • 10. Park apologizes over leak of speech drafts