According to local media reports, Lee Jae-myung, the leader of the opposition in South Korea, was reportedly attacked with a knife.

South Korea’s news agency reported that Lee’s attacker was apprehended at the scene in the port city of Busan.

The leader of South Korea’s opposition party, Lee Jae-myung, was assaulted while visiting the southern port city of Busan, as reported by the country’s news agency.

Lee was stabbed on his neck’s left side by an unidentified individual, who was subsequently subdued and arrested at the scene.

Published news photographs depicted Lee lying on the ground with his eyes shut, while others around him applied a handkerchief to the side of his neck.

Lee has been taken to a hospital, according to sources.

This is a developing news story; please check back for updates.

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