(Updates to close) By Rafael Nam SEOUL, Feb 28 (Reuters) - South Korean shares fell for the first session in four on Tuesday, as investors locked in gains in recent gainers such as steel maker POSCO Co. Ltd. amid worries that valuations had risen too high. Shares had gained for three consecutive days, with the main KOSPI index ending on Monday at its highest in more than three weeks. Worries that these gains may have been excessive amid uncertainty about the impact of a stronger won ...
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