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President Moon Jae-in replaced the 10 ministerial ministers on Wednesday, including the former Blue House Min Jung-jung as the Minister of Justice. He also appointed Choi Ki-young, professor of electrical and information engineering at Seoul National University, and former vice minister Kim Hyun-soo as Minister of Food, Agriculture, Forestry, and Livestock.

President Moon Jae-in has replaced the 10 ministerial ministers, including the presidential appointment of the former Blue House (54) to the Justice Minister.
Choi Ki-young (64), Seoul National University's electrical and information engineering professor, and Kim Hyun-soo (58, 30 administrative notices) were appointed as the Minister of Science and ICT.

The Ministry of Gender Equality and Family was appointed by Lee Jung-ok (64), a professor of sociology at the Catholic University of Daegu.

The Chairman of the Fair Trade Chairman Cho Sung-wook (55), Seoul National University Business School Professor, Chairman of the Finance Committee, Eun-Sung Eun (58, 27 times), President of Korea Export-Import Bank, Chairman of Korea Communications Commission, Sang-Hyuk Han (40 times, Judicial Notice 40 times) I'm disappointed.

Park Sam-deuk (63, 36th Army Corps of Military and Military Academy) was head of the National Veterans Affairs Office. The Chairman of the Peace Forum has been selected.

Mr. Moon spoke of such a statement in the morning, replacing four ministers and six ministers.

The reshuffle took place 154 days after the last three or eight reshuffles, which replaced seven ministers.

Moon Jae-in, the first Minister of Foreign Affairs, Kang Kyung-hwa, Kim Hyun-mi, Minister of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, and Park Aung-hoo, was appointed.

The replaced Minister of Technology, Yoo Young-min, Lee Gae-ho, Minister of Agriculture, Food and Welfare, and Sun-mi Jin, the women's ministers, are scheduled to run for election next year.

In spite of strong opposition from the opposition parties, the fact that the former secretary-general of the United States was appointed by the Attorney General reflects President Moon's willingness to complete prosecution reform along with the appointment of prosecutor General Yoon Suk-yul.

The candidate for the attorney general, graduated from Busan Hye Ad and Seoul National University, received a master's degree in law from the same university and a master's and doctorate degree in law from the University of California, Berkeley Law School.

After serving as a member of the Supreme Prosecutors 'Office of the Public Prosecutor's Policy Advisory Board and the Ministry of Justice's Prosecutors' Committee, he was reinstated as a professor of law at Seoul National University.

Choi Ki-young, the Minister of Science and Technology, received his master's degree in electrical and electronic engineering from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) and his doctorate in electrical engineering from Stanford University.

He is a researcher at the Kumsung Institute, and is currently a senior member of the International Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, and the director of the Neural Processing Research Center.

Kim Hyun-soo, a candidate for the Minister of Agriculture and Food, graduated from Kyungpook High School and Yonsei University, Daegu, and received a master's degree in Public Administration from Seoul National University and a master's degree in Agricultural Economics from the University of Wisconsin.

He has served as the Food Industry Policy Officer, Director of Rural Policy Bureau, and Planning and Coordination Office.

Lee Jung-ok, a woman and family minister, graduated from Jeonju Girls' High School in Jeonbuk and Seoul National University and received a master's and doctorate degree in sociology from the same university.

He has served as Dean of the Catholic University of Social Sciences at the Catholic University of Daegu. He is also co-president of the Forum for Women's Peace and Diplomacy and the Civil Committee of the Gender Equality Committee.

Han Sang-hyuk, chairman of the Korea Communications Commission, graduated from Daejeon High School and Korea University and received a master's degree in journalism from Chung-Ang University.

He has been a member of the Korea Communications Commission, and a director of the Korea Broadcasting Culture Association. He is also co-representative of the Citizens' Alliance for Democratic Press.

Candidate Joo-Wook Cho received a master's degree in economics from Cheongju Girls' High School and Chung-Ang University in Chungbuk, and a Ph.D. in economics from Harvard University.

He was a research fellow at the Korea Development Institute (KDI), a professor at Korea University Business School, and a member of the Securities and Futures Commission of the Financial Services Commission.

Eun-Soo Eun, chairman of the Financial Services Commission, graduated from Gunsan High School and Seoul National University, and earned a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Hawaii.

He was the International Economic Management Officer for the Ministry of Strategy and Finance, the Executive Director of the World Bank, and the President of Korea Investment Corporation.

Park Sam-deuk, the head of the National Veterans Affairs Department, graduated from Busan Sang-Go and Military Academy and earned a master's degree in international politics from Hannam University.

He served as the 5th Division Commander, President of the National Defense University, and as Deputy Commander of the 2nd Army Command.

Lee Soo-hyuk, the US ambassador to the United States, graduated from Seoul National University and Seoul National University and received a master's degree in political science from Yonsei University.

Jeong Se-hyun, the senior vice president of democratic peace, graduated from the Gyeonggi High School and the Seoul National University, and received his master's and doctorate degrees in diplomacy.

(Photo = Yonhap News)

Source: sbskr

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