On the heels of the April 10 general election, join an expert panel as they provide quick analysis on the election outcomes and implications for the current ROK administration and for the US-ROK alliance.

South Korea’s April 10 general elections will be a vote of confidence in the Yoon government and shape the political landscape for the next presidential election in 2027. More immediately, the outcome will determine whether Yoon will have the momentum to forge ahead with his various policies, including his foreign policy. What does the outcome of the elections tell us about the prospects of the Yoon government’s ability to effectively implement its policies? How might the outcome affect the various US-ROK alliance issues and inter-Korean relations over the next three years, especially in light of the upcoming US presidential election?


  • Rachel Minyoung Lee
    Rachel Minyoung Lee

    Senior Fellow || Korea Program and 38 North


  • Troy Stangarone
    Troy Stangarone

    Senior Director and Fellow || Korea Economic Institute

  • Michelle Ye Hee Lee
    Michelle Ye Hee Lee

    Tokyo Bureau Chief || The Washington Post

  • J. James Kim
    J. James Kim

    Lecturer at the Executive Master of Public Policy and Administration Program || Columbia University