Christian Liberal Party
|Floor leader||Lee Yun-seok|
|Founded||March 3, 2016|
|Headquarters||Room 1012, Korean Christian Building, Daehangno 19, Jongno-gu Seoul|
|Political position||Right-wing to Far-right|
|Seats in the National Assembly||
0 / 300
|Municipal mayor and Gubernatorial||
0 / 17
The Christian Liberal Party (Hangul: 기독자유당; Hanja: 基督自由黨; RR: Gidok Jayudang) is a political party in South Korea established on March 3, 2016. The party had one representative in the 19th National Assembly, Lee Yun-seok, formerly a member of the Minjoo Party of Korea. Announcing his defection to the new party, Lee stated that the Korean church was being threatened by the intrusion of homosexuality and Islamic culture. The party also promotes the restoration of laws against adultery. In a party advertisement for the 2016 parliamentary elections, actress Seo Jung-hee stated that "the revival of adultery law is a quintessential issue", and that voters should "support [the] CLP to protect our families from homosexuality and Muslims."
|Election||Candidate||Total votes||Share of votes||Outcome||Party Name|
|2017||TBD||%||TBD||Christian Liberal Party|
|Election||Total seats won||Total votes||Share of votes||Outcome of election||Election leader||Party Name|
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|626,853||2.6%||0 seats; No seats||Son Yeong-gu||Christian Liberal Party|
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