Justice Party (South Korea)
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|Founded||21 October 2012|
|Split from||Unified Progressive Party|
|Headquarters||National Assembly main street 18, Jungwon Building room three-ohone, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul|
|Colours||Yellow and Black|
|Seats in the National Assembly|
|Seats within local government mayor|
|Politics of South Korea
The Justice Party (Korean: 정의당, Hanja: 正義黨) is a social-democratic political party in South Korea. It was called Progressive Justice Party until July 30, when party convention delegates voted in favor of rebranding the party.
Members of the National Assembly
In the 19th National Assembly, there are 5 members from this party; Shim Sang-jeong, Kim Je-nam, Park Won-seok, Seo Ki-ho, and Jeong Jin-hu.
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