Jae-myung Lee, ‘Youth’ steps… Seok-yeol Yoon, ‘Salvation Captain’

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Democratic Party presidential candidate Lee Jae-myung continued to target the 2030 generation by holding a meeting with young homeless people following a lecture at Seoul National University.

Candidate Seok-Yeol Yoon started working with the underprivileged by visiting the Crime Victim Support Center.

Correspondent Kim Jung-in reports.

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Democratic Party candidate Lee Jae-myung gave a lecture today with Seoul National University students about his economic policy initiatives.

Candidate Lee questioned whether it is fair for the current financial sector to lend smoothly only to the rich and to be strict with the socially disadvantaged, such as young people, and emphasized the need for youth basic finance, which provides long-term, low-interest loans to young people within the limit of 10 million won.

Candidate Lee is scheduled to hold a meeting in the afternoon in Mapo-gu, Seoul on the blind spots for housing subscriptions and listen to the grievances of the homeless.

Candidate Lee is expected to listen to the voices of the field at the meeting and present various housing supply policies including ‘basic housing’.


People’s Power candidate Yoon Seok-yeol announced that he presided over the first meeting of the election committee attended by General Election Commissioner Kim Jong-in, and that the name of the election committee was also decided as ‘Saving Predecessor’.

Candidate Yoon called for unity, saying, “I believe that the power to win the election and the next government comes from party members.”

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“You have to run really hard, and when the election approaches, we ask that our lawmakers and party chairpersons do their best in their hometown and work hard.”

Candidate Yoon, who went along with the underprivileged, visited an organization that supports crime victims and discussed support plans for victims of violent crime. We are also planning to go on patrol together.

This is Kim Jung-in from MBC News.

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