Field runners who received ‘Strong Questions’ by Jin Jung-kwon… Hong Jun-pyo, Yoo Seung-min leisurely, Choi Jae-hyung sweat

Hong Jun-pyo (left), a member of the People’s Power, participates in the ‘People’s Signal Public Interview’ held at a studio in Geumcheon-gu, Seoul on the 9th and receives a question from the interviewer, Jin Joong-kwon, a former professor of Dongyang University. News 1

On the 9th, the presidential candidates for the People’s Power had a ‘strong interview’ with Jin Joong-kwon, a former professor of Dongyang University, a representative progressive debater. Rep. Hong Jun-pyo and former lawmaker Yoo Seung-min, ‘re-election students’, responded leisurely to the interviewer’s sharp questions from start to finish, while ‘novice politician’ Choi Jae-hyung, former Auditor General, sweated. However, there was still no fierce competition between the presidential candidates because it was conducted through individual interviews rather than mutual discussions.

Hong Joon-pyo answered every question Jin Jung-kwon

The People’s Power held a ‘Public Signal Interview for Presidential Candidates’ at a studio in Geumcheon-gu, Seoul on the same day. Former Prof. Jin, Kim Jun-il, CEO of Newstop, and former lawmaker Park Seon-young were interviewed as interviewers. Six other people, including former Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-yeol and former Jeju Governor Won Hee-ryong, will be interviewed the next day (10th).

The interviewer that drew the most attention on the day was Assemblyman Hong, the ‘talkie-talker’. This is because a ‘fireworks workshop’ was expected as the social networking service (SNS) often had a verbal battle with Professor Jin. In fact, when Professor Jin pointed out that “the importance of public health has been highlighted after the novel coronavirus infection, and the closing of Jinju Medical Center during the Gyeongnam governor’s time is a problem”, Representative Hong said, “The medical center lost its function, so it was organized, but left-wing thinking. claim,” he dismissed. Regarding Rep. Hong’s past remarks, such as ‘I hate girls from this university,’ he said, “Isn’t sexual harassment?

Rather, Rep. Hong said to former professor Jin and CEO Kim, who acted as interviewers, “These two are left-wingers. Did you have such people as interviewers in the party?” “It doesn’t matter to me, but other candidates will eat shit.” I also made a bet.

People’s Power Representative Hong Jun-pyo (left) and former lawmaker Yoo Seung-min meet and greet at the ‘Public Signal Interview for Presidential Candidates’ held at a studio in Geumcheon-gu, Seoul on the 9th. news

Yoo Seung-min and Jin Jung-kwon’s ‘Commitment to abolish the Leisure Department’ Workshop

The question focused on whether the promise of ‘abolition of the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family’ was appropriate for former lawmaker Yoo. Professor Jin said, “Have you ever talked to women in their 20s and 30s before claiming the abolition of the Ministry of Leisure, isn’t it because they are riding on anti-feminism to drive (vote votes)?” Former Rep. Yoo said, “I have lived my life consistently as a gender egalitarian,” and actively countered, “The creation of the Yangpyeong Committee under the direct control of the president was a promise I made four years ago.”

When former professor Jin pointed out again, “Isn’t there a problem with former lawmakers Yoo, Ha Tae-kyung, and Lee Jun-seok suddenly driving anti-feminism?” I gave my opinion, but then I didn’t say anything, but now I don’t know why.” After the interview, former lawmaker Yoo complained, saying, “I spent half of my time talking about the abolition of the leisure department.”

Former Auditor General Choi Jae-hyung answers questions from interviewers during an interview for the party’s presidential candidate held at a studio in Geumcheon-gu, Seoul on the 9th. news

Jaehyung Choi pointed out “I can’t answer properly”

Sharp questions were also poured out to former Director Choi. When former professor Jin asked a question, “Isn’t it patriarchal over singing the national anthem on holidays with my family?” Choi replied, “Please look at it with love for the country rather than being patriarchal.” Professor Jin also pointed out that Choi’s promises were “ultra-light” (far-right).

CEO Kim asked, “I promised to build a small and medium-sized nuclear reactor, is it possible to build it near Seoul, which consumes the most electricity?” When former president Choi said, “I will review and tell you more,” Kim said, “There was a controversy at the previous press conference because I couldn’t give a proper answer.

The presidential candidate’s interest in ‘Suspected of accusing Yoon Seok-yeol’

After the interview, the attention of the presidential candidates was focused on former president Yoon Seok-yeol, the ‘first-place candidate’.

Rep. Yoo met with reporters and criticized Yoon’s press conference the day before, saying, “I don’t seem to be very good at controlling my anger.” He also pointed out that “the crooked media view that expressed the minor press as if it had no public credibility” was also pointed out. Rep. Hong emphasized, “If the allegations are true, Yoon may be legally responsible.”

Kim Ji-hyun reporter

Sein Kim Intern reporter

Jaewon Choi Intern reporter



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