Sunday, November 28

First Deputy Director of the National Intelligence Service Park Seon-won Second Deputy Director Cheon Se-young Director of Planning and Coordination Office Noh Eun-chae

▲ 1st Deputy Director Park Seon-won · 2nd Deputy Director Cheon Se-young · Planning and Coordination Office Director Noh Eun-chae

President Moon Jae-in appointed Park Seon-won, Director of the Planning and Coordination Office of the National Intelligence Service, as the first deputy chief of the National Intelligence Service today (26th), Cheon Se-young, director of the anti-aircraft investigation bureau of the National Intelligence Service as the second deputy director, and Noh Eun-chae, special adviser on foreign affairs and security to the director of the National Intelligence Service, as the head of the planning and coordination office.

The term of office starts tomorrow.

Park Soo-hyeon, senior presidential secretary for public communication at the Blue House, announced the appointment of deputy minister-level personnel, including the first and second deputy heads of the National Intelligence Service and the head of the keynote office, through a written briefing today.

Park Seon-won, the new first deputy director, is a person who has served as a secretary for unification, foreign affairs and security in the Participatory Government, and is currently serving as the head of the Planning and Coordination Office of the National Intelligence Service, after serving as the consul-general in Shanghai.

Sei-Young Cheon, the new second deputy chief, is an anti-aircraft investigation expert who has been devoted to investigations since he was appointed in 1992, and he expects that the transfer of the anti-aircraft investigation authority will be carried out without any setbacks and that he will perform the tasks of the second deputy chief, such as counter-espionage and counter-terrorism, splendidly. told

Regarding Noh Eun-chae, the new head of the keynote office, he explained the background of selection as a person familiar with the internal situation of the NIS after going through the fields of scientific information, counterintelligence, audit, and the North Korean department of the NIS.

Reference-news.sbs.co.kr

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