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Lee Jae-myung announces Gangwon pledge “Resuming tourism to Mt. Kumgang, connecting North and South railroads and roads”

Democratic Party presidential candidate Lee Jae-myung turns around after looking at the northern land through a telescope at the Unification Observatory in Goseong-gun, Gangwon-do, on the 16th.  <Photo = Yonhap News>” src=”https://photo.jtbc.joins.com/<a data-ail=news/jam_photo/202201/16/cc821908-d201-45ca-a530-751f9bd50f2e.jpg”/>Democratic Party presidential candidate Lee Jae-myung turns around after looking at the northern land through a telescope at the Unification Observatory in Goseong-gun, Gangwon-do, on the 16th.

Democratic Party presidential candidate Lee Jae-myung announced a promise to the Gangwon region to resume tourism to Mt. Geumgang and promote tourism to the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ).

Candidate Lee said today (16th) at the Unification Observatory in Goseong, Gangwon-do, “I will actively promote the enactment of a law to establish Gangwon Peace Special Self-Governing Province so that Gangwon-do can grow into a region that leads the era of inter-Korean peace.”

“We will designate a special economic zone for peace and simplify the procedures of travel and trade to continuously promote inter-Korean economic cooperation and joint resource development,” he said. I will share it and do it without shaking.”

Representative examples include the resumption of gold mine tourism, the promotion of DMZ peace ecotourism, and the connection of railroads and roads between North and South Korea.

Candidate Lee said, “Starting with the resumption of tourism to Mt. Kumgang, we will create a joint special zone for international tourism in the East Sea from Wonsan-Mt. Kumgang-Goseong-Gangneung, and promote the DMZ peace eco-tourism that people around the world are deeply interested in.”

“Peace on the Korean Peninsula is a matter of survival for all of us,” he added.

Democratic Party presidential candidate Lee Jae-myung visits the Unification Observatory in Goseong-gun, Gangwon-do on the 16th and looks at the northern land with a telescope.  <Photo = Yonhap News>” src=”https://photo.jtbc.joins.com/<a data-ail=news/jam_photo/202201/16/599a05fb-a36a-457f-9568-365905d86335.jpg”/>Democratic Party presidential candidate Lee Jae-myung visits the Unification Observatory in Goseong-gun, Gangwon-do on the 16th and looks at the northern land with a telescope.

Candidate Lee also said at a later press conference, “I think that individual tourism is not related to sanctions against North Korea and is sufficiently possible depending on the decision made between the two Koreas to resume tourism to Mt. Geumgang.”

“However, the delay in the implementation of the agreement to resume the Mt. Kumgang between the two Koreas and the fact that North Korea is quite dissatisfied with it seems to be an obstacle,” he said. It was ambiguous.

In addition, through the Gangwon-do development pledge, he said, “We will expand Gangwon-do’s severed railroad and highway network to create a foundation for balanced national development.” I did.

The plan included railroad routes such as the East-West High-Speed ​​Railway and the Donghae Bukbu Line, the Jecheon-Yeongwol Expressway, and the promotion of the construction of the 2nd Gyeongchun National Road.

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