The Korea Vision Party (Korean: 국민생각, Gungmin Saenggak, "National Thought"), more commonly known as the K Party, is a center-rightistpolitical party in South Korea. It was founded on 12 February 2012 by Park Se-il, president of the Hansun Foundation, a conservative think tank. There are concerns that the K Party will split the conservative vote, though Park Se-il met with Saenuri leader Park Geun-hye on 23 February, with Park Geun-hye commenting that "If a party holds the same values and orientation, we are open to partnering". The party aims to field over 200 candidates in the April elections, favoring the selection of women and younger politicians. In an opinion poll conducted on 24–25 February 2012, the K Party received a support level of 1.4%, out-ranking the more established New Progressive Party. Analysts have nonetheless raised questions over the ability of the party to secure seats, even if sitting Assembly members do defect.