“Isn’t North Korea horrible?” a question
“Chief Lee nods his head”
Former Cheonan ship captain Choi Won-il protested against the appointment of Lee Rae-gyeong, honorary chairman of another 100 years of the Democratic Party of Korea’s innovation committee, and met with Democratic Party leader Lee Jae-myung and Park Gwang-on in memorial ceremony on the 6th Representative Lee just nodded, and Park Nae-nae responded, “I understand.”
Representative Lee, Won-Nae Park, and former Captain Choi attended the 68th Memorial Day ceremony held at the Seoul National Cemetery in Dongjak-dong, Seoul this morning.
Former Captain Choi posted a post on his social network service (SNS) this afternoon and said, “There are many people who are curious about what happened at the Seoul National Cemetery, so I will organize it.” “I went to him and protested about the situation yesterday and asked for an interview.”
Former Captain Choi himself asked Lee, “Yesterday the chief spokesman said that I killed my subordinates, but this is the atrocities of North Korea.” “If the situation is settled, please contact me as soon as possible,” he said, handing out his business card.
Former Captain Choi said, “The party representative did not give a separate answer, but nodded.” Former Captain Choi said, “I protested to the floor leader of the Democratic Party with the same content and asked for a meeting.” Former Captain Choi said, “The Democratic Party should contact you as soon as possible.”
Before that, it was known that Lee, who was appointed as the chairman of the Democratic Party’s innovation the day before, had demanded ‘suicide bombing of the Cheonan ship’ in the past. Former Captain Choi immediately asked CEO Lee to clarify his position on social media, saying, “I got a good Memorial Day gift.” Again, he said, “The public party that represents the people appoints such a person to the innovation committee and continues to ask what is wrong.” Kwon Chil-seung, the main spokesman of the Democratic Party, said in a meeting with reporters the day before that the former captain of the Cheonan ship, “I don’t understand why he said such a thing,” and “he killed all his subordinates. and ridiculous.”