With South Korea's April general elections a matter of weeks away, lawmakers of three centrist and conservative parties will come together to create an integrated bloc, named the Party for Future Integration.
The new party will be comprised of 115 lawmakers from the main opposition Liberty Korea Party, the New Conservative Party, and the Onward for Future 4.0.
The latter two were formed by lawmakers who left the current Bareunmirae Party.
They hope the move will help them win the April 15th general elections.
The committee preparing the merger said the party's main color will be millennial pink to represent the integration of moderate and conservative forces.
The Liberty Korea Party's color is red.
The Party for Future Integration will officially launch next Monday.