Wanju village chiefs who went to Jeju for training were only given a drink by a female guide

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Allegations were made that the mayors of Wanju-gun, North Jeolla Province, who had left for policy training in Jeju-do, had behaved ‘indecent’, such as offering a drink to a female guide.

According to Yonhap News on the 23rd, 46 village heads in Wanju-gun left Jeju Island for the ‘regional key leader policy training’ from the 15th to the 17th.

The tribe education service company that won the training program through a bid at Nara Market hired Mr. A temporarily as an on-site guide and gave him guidance, and one or two village chiefs made Mr. A a “dubious offer” of a day the first of the training, Yonhap News reported.

Mr.’s claim Is it that, throughout the schedule, the heads of the villages have recommended, “Let’s have a drink at the lodge tonight.”

In a phone call with Yonhap News, Mr. A admitted, “This proposal continued until the second day of training, and finally, I asked again, saying, ‘I won’t touch you, so let’s have a drink in the dorm. .'”

Also, on the third day of the training, in the tour bus, Principal B sat next to him and said, ‘I came on a cruise ship, and all I could think about was you. The eyes are very beautiful. It’s fine if I like you,’ he admitted.

At this time, there was even unnecessary physical contact, and in the end Mr. And filed a complaint with the police on charges of sexual harassment against Principal B on the 22nd.

Chief B expressed his position through Wanju-gun, “I think I made a mistake after drinking alcohol, but I deeply reflect on it. I want to meet the person involved and apologize politely. “

An officer from Wanju-gun, who was responsible for the policy training, explained, “I felt strange about Chief B’s ​​behaviour, so I asked Mr A what he was doing.

Lee Bo-bae, Hankyung.com guest reporter [email protected]

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