Comprehensive conversation with first lady Kim Jeong-sook in Seoul, not in Yangsan

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Wen side “Yangsan sister-in-law, there is no condition to receive prevention”… mention of protests
Meet the ex-president’s wife one after another… Continue the rampage

President Yoon Seok-yeol’s wife, Kim Kun-hee, had a conversation with former President Moon Jae-in’s wife Kim Jeong-sook at a place in Seoul on the 17th.

Recently, he met the former president’s wife one after another and invited the wives of middle-level lawmakers in the passport to continue their rampage.

A presidential office official confirmed the meeting on that day and said, “It was according to Kim Jung-sook’s Tokyo schedule.”

Kim Geon-hee met with Kim Jeong-suk after taking precautions in turn, including Kim Yun-ok, wife of former President Lee Myung-bak, Kwon Yang-sook, wife of the late former President Roh Moo-hyun, and Lee Soon-ja, the late former President Chun Doo-hwan’s wife.

At one time, it was predicted that Kim Kun-hee would visit former President Moon’s residence in Yangsan, but both sides have arranged to meet in Seoul with Kim Jung-sook, who has moved to Tokyo.

It is interpreted as considering the situation in which various political interpretations may arise regarding the meeting with former President Moon if Kim visits Yangsan’s private residence.

However, in relation to this, former President Moon Jae-in’s side gave an explanation to the effect that the recent protests taking place in front of his private residence in Pyeongsan Village, Yangsan, had an impact.

An official from the former president’s side said, “Mrs. Geom Geon-hee received a request for prevention and coordinated the schedule. We had a business to go to, so we decided to meet in Seoul.”

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The official said, “After Prime Minister Han Deok-soo prevented it the day before, the protests got louder.”

/yunhap news

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