Seoul: Yoo Seong-min (R) and Park Joo-sun (C), co-leaders of the new 30-seat Bareun Future Party, send off homebound passengers at Seoul's Yongsan Station on Feb. 14, 2018, as South Korea's annual exodus for Seol, the Lunar New Year's Day holiday begins. Seol, which runs from Feb. 15-17 this year, is a time for family reunions, with Koreans traditionally offering a ritual feast to their ancestors.

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The leadership of the main opposition Korea Liberty Party, including its chief, Hong Joon-pyo (4th from R), sends off homebound passengers at Seoul Station on Feb. 14, 2018, as South Korea's annual exodus for Seol, the Lunar New Year's Day holiday begins.

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The leadership of the ruling Democratic Party, including its chief, Choo Mi-ae (R), sends off homebound passengers at Seoul Station on Feb. 14, 2018, as South Korea's annual exodus for Seol, the Lunar New Year's Day holiday begins.

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