Honey Moon? New South Korean leader’s popularity surges with common man touch

SEOUL (Reuters) – He removes his own jacket, brushing off an aide who tried to take it off like a butler. He takes questions from journalists without vetting them first. He gets a $3 lunch with employees at a Blue House cafeteria and tweets about his adopted cats and dogs who found a new home in the presidential palace.

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