South Korea has not postponed the election at all. The government has been notified the voters to follow some rules and regulation while casting the vote during this global pandemic.
The voters must be worn mask and stand 1m away from each other. The thermal checking will be conducted for every single voter and their hands will be sanitized, and covered with gloves. Then they can receive their voting slip.
35 parties have registered their names for three hundred seats at the National Assembly. The ruling Minjoo (Democratic) Party and the main opposition, the conservative United Future Party race are going to be followed majorly. People are following the rules, standing quietly in the queue at the designated mark.
26% of the total population of 11 million people have cast their votes in advance. Some of them have sent their vote by post. Most of the civilians travelling to the polling stations to cast their vote. It is a record by itself, that for the first time the 18 years old civilians have been allowed to cast their vote in South Korea.