Jae-myung Lee, 2nd day of visit to Busan and Gyeongnam… Seok-Yeol Yoon, Contemplating the Formation of a Senior Lieutenant
Democratic Party candidate Lee Jae-myung is walking around Busan and Gyeongnam area today (13th) to appeal to local and youth votes. People’s Power Candidate Yoon Seok-yeol is expected to focus on the formation of the Election Countermeasures Committee without an official schedule.
Correspondent Kim Soo-young.
Democratic Party candidate Lee Jae-myung, who has been circling Busan, Ulsan and Gyeongnam for the second day in order to secure local and youthful public sentiment, this morning visited the Busan United Nations Memorial Park and worshiped.
Then, a meeting was held with startups and venture entrepreneurs in Busan.
In the afternoon, we hold a ‘People’s Association’ to talk with Busan youth.
Afterwards, we will move to Changwon and visit the Masan 3.15 Uprising Memorial and Masan Fish Market one after another, and we plan to go camping with a couple in Geoje.
Candidate Seok-Yeol Yoon, who had an interview with the US group yesterday and a meeting with foreign reporters, did not set a public schedule for today.
It is expected that they will be focusing on the formation of the Election Countermeasures Committee, but there is a fierce fight within the party over the election committee system.
Kim Jong-in, the former chairman of the presidential campaign, who is highly likely to take on the role of the general election chairman of the People’s Power, said that he could not play the role of a scarecrow and that he would join the election only if he could do his best, and CEO Lee Jun-seok was the ‘one-top’ referring to former chairman Kim. He said that he was asking for command and set out to support fire.
However, some party members who support Candidate Yoon protested and poured out articles on the party website calling for the impeachment of Chairman Lee.
Justice Party candidate Shim Sang-jung attended the ceremony to commemorate the 51st anniversary of the death of Jeon Tae-il and said, “I will restore a society where sweat earns money, not money.” .