The People’s Power nominated Roh Jae-seung, a ‘binny-jaw’ who became a hot topic on social media at the time of the Seoul mayor’s by-election in April, and Ham Ik-byeong, a well-known dermatologist, and former National Assembly Vice-Chairman Park Joo-seon as the co-election chairperson of the Election Countermeasures Committee.
‘Beanie’ (a type of hat, ‘beanie’, a compound word of ‘bonjwa’ meaning a person with great ability) Mr. Roh Jae-seung got on a car in the Seoul mayor’s by-election while wearing a beanie and gave a speech at a public campaign supporting Oh Se-hoon’s then-candidate. became a hot topic on social media.
Ham, a dermatologist, has been sharing health common sense by appearing on TV shows.
Former Vice-Chairman Park Joo-sun, a senior in Honam, has publicly supported Candidate Seok-Yeol Yoon from the beginning of the primary election process.
In addition, three-term Rep. Kim Sang-hoon and re-elected Rep. Lee Ja were jointly appointed as the head of the general function division.
Lim Tae-hee, the former chief of staff under the Lee Myung-bak administration, was appointed as the head of the general situation headquarters, who will be in charge of the work of Kim Jong-in, the general election chairman.
The General Situation Headquarters will be in charge of organic coordination and solidarity among the organizations within the election committee, the People’s Power explained.
Aside from the Policy Headquarters, which is one of the 6 Headquarters, a Policy Office was also established within the Candidate Secretariat.
Lee Yang-soo, senior spokesperson for the presidential election committee, explained, “The policy headquarters is in charge of policies such as promises in a broad framework, and the policy office in the candidate’s secretary’s office is separate because policy-related parts are important such as candidate messages and interviews.”
Kang Seok-hoon, former chief economic officer of the Blue House, as the policy director in the candidate’s office, Lee Sang-min, lawyer in the secretariat, Park Sung-hoon, Busan City’s special economic adviser, and Kim Hyun-suk, former chief of employment and welfare of the Blue House, were named as policy members in the secretariat.
Former chiefs Kang Seok-hoon and Kim Hyun-suk have experience working at the Blue House of the Park Geun-hye government.
Hwang Gyu-hwan, a former official on duty at the Secretariat, was also appointed as the spokesperson for the election.
Senior Spokesperson Lee said, “There is a possibility that the appointment plan will be discussed at the undisclosed high level tomorrow (the 6th).
When asked whether former lawmaker Geum Tae-seop also joined the predecessor, Lee said, “I saw it through the media, but it looks like there is a possibility.” I don’t know if it’s going on.”