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Lee Jae-myung, New Year’s ‘Lan Line Sunrise’… Busan New Port ‘First Departure’ Sailors Farewell

Democratic Party presidential candidate Lee Jae-myung, who went on a national tour for people’s livelihoods, visits BIFF Square in Jung-gu, Busan on the afternoon of the 12th and greets the people who filled the square. 2021.11.12/News1 © News1

On the first day of the new year and the first weekend of 2022, on the 1st, Democratic Party presidential candidate Lee Jae-myung meets with voters live on YouTube. It also encourages sailors who set out on their first voyage in the new year to Busan.

Candidate Lee starts his New Year’s Day schedule at 7:50 a.m. on the same day with the YouTube live ‘Global Sunrise: One Round of the Earth’.

This event is the second project of Director Kim Young-hee of ‘The Rice House Mister’, and it connects 13 countries (including Korea) and 15 cities in Asia, Europe, North and South America according to the ‘sunrise time’ according to the ‘sunrise time’. it’s a trip

Candidate Lee will present a New Year’s message at the first sunrise in Seoul.

After that, each city is continuously connected according to the sunrise time, and the sunrise scene and the New Year’s wishes of local residents are relayed in real time.

After the YouTube broadcast, Candidate Lee visits the Seoul National Cemetery and worships together with party leaders, including Representative Song Young-gil and floor leader Yun Ho-jung.

In the afternoon, head to Busan for 2 days 1 night.

On this day, he visited Busan New Port, which is the center of the local economy and a symbol of port exports, to encourage and pray for safe navigation to the crew of the national ocean-going ships who are setting out for the first time in the new year.

Candidate Lee visits Tongdosa Temple in Yangsan-si, Gyeongsangnam-do after visiting Busan to prevent Jungbong Seongpadae sect, who was elevated to the sect of the Jogye Order last December.

Then, they go back to Busan to pay tribute to the late Ms. Jeong-soo Jeong, who was called the ‘Grandma for the Democracy of Busan’.

Lee’s spouse, Kim Hye-kyung, will visit Bonghama Village this afternoon to pay a visit to the tomb of former President Roh Moo-hyun and to take care of Kwon Yang-sook.

(Seoul = News 1)

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