Currently, all policies in Korea are anti-corporate. In addition, Korea is moving away from the U.S. In addition to the recent U.S. interest rate cut, the future of the U.S. market is not so bright .
Overall, the whole situation is not good. As long as the current administration's policy stance persists, the market will get worse. Once the economy collapses, it takes 20 years to recover. That's under the condition that the U.S. helps.
I don't think it would fall below 1800 if the administration changed its direction and changed its policy direction to smaller government and pro-business.
Below is a prediction of the KOSPI's trend if the current trend continues. Subindexes and price trends show that the upward force has been lost.