North Korean media ridiculed cartoons… Lee Jun-seok “It’s an honor to appear, but don’t worry”

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People’s Power Representative Lee Jun-seok responded by saying, “Don’t worry about North Korea,” after a North Korean propaganda media released a cartoon mocking him.

North Korea’s Internet propaganda media, ‘Between Our People’, released a current cartoon (cartoon) that compares the recent struggle for power within the power of the people.

In this cartoon, titled ‘The Battle for Confrontation’, CEO Lee was portrayed as a cat trying to protect the fish (party authority) while watching between Yoon Hee-kwan (a key member of Yoon Seok-yeol’s side), who is represented as a wolf, and Ahn Cheol-soo, who is represented as a hyena. The speech bubble drawn on the cat reads, “It’s no fun.”

This seems to have been drawn by comparing President Lee’s recent conflict with lawmakers Chin Yun (Chin Yun Seok-yeol) and Ahn Cheol-soo of People’s Power, respectively. Representative Lee recently had an open debate with Rep. Jin-seok “Chin Yoon” Jeong, and publicly criticized the pro-yun group “Dandelion.” He and Rep. Ahn continue to fight day after day over the issue of appointing an additional member of the Supreme Council.

If Chairman Lee is punished by the Party Ethics Committee due to suspicion of sexual harassment, there is a possibility that the power of the people will quickly enter a phase of competition for party power. The party ethics committee to decide the level of disciplinary action against Lee is scheduled to be held soon.

Meanwhile, CEO Lee posted a cartoon between our people on his Facebook page and said, “It’s an honor to even appear in a North Korean cartoon. Don’t worry about North Korea.” Song Chi-hoon, Donga.com reporter sch53@donga.com

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