(Updates to close) By Rafael Nam SEOUL, Nov 21 (Reuters) - Seoul shares closed lower on Monday for the first time in four sessions, as investors locked in gains in recent high flyers such as Kookmin Bank amid worries the pace of a record-setting rally had been too swift. Other financial stocks such as Woori Investment and Securities Co. gave up early gains to end lower, while technology firms such as Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. also faltered after starting the day higher. ...
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