The party of South Korean President Moon Jae-in has won a decisive victory in parliamentary elections, with voters backing the government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.
South Korea was among the first countries to hold a national vote since the pandemic began.
Strict safety and social distancing measures were in place for the vote.
The party’s sister group, the Platform Party, was forecast to win a further 17 seats, giving the government a total of 180 seats.
Among the winning candidates for United Future was high-profile North Korean defector Thae Yong-ho. Mr Thae, a former senior diplomat at North Korea’s embassy in London, won a seat for the Gangnam district in Seoul.