SEOUL, Feb 27 (Reuters) - Seoul shares fell 0.3 percent on Tuesday, pausing in a record-setting rally, as exporters such as Hyundai Motor fell amid caution about the impact of rising oil prices on global consumer demand. The benchmark Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOSPI) fell 0.32 percent to 1,465.37 by 0005 GMT, retreating after ending at a record close in each of the three prior consecutive sessions. Hyundai Motor Co. lost 0.71 percent to 70,400 won.
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