Korean President's resignation of law "I feel heavy responsibility" No mention of Japan-Korea relationship

Korea ’s President Moon Jae-in, who spoke at the Diet, said that Cho Kook resigned as Minister of Justice, but he felt “heavy responsibilities”, but the prosecution reform is an important issue Emphasized that “we will not stop reforming until we can be evaluated as an organization for the people”. On the other hand, there was no detailed mention of Japan-Korea relations.

Korean President Moon Jae-in gave a speech on the administration policy at the Diet on the morning of the 22nd.

In this context, Cho Guk, who was appointed as the Minister of Justice, was forced to resign after a series of suspicions in order to advance the prosecution reform as an important issue. “The government will eliminate privileges and injustices. "I have tried hard, but the public demand was much higher. I feel a heavy responsibility as the president."

He said, “We will not stop reform until the prosecution is not an absolute power but an evaluation for the public,” and urged us to rush to deal with the prosecution reform related bills.

On the other hand, President Mun said that the Japanese government has strengthened export control to South Korea, saying, “The domestic and import diversification of materials and parts that could not be done for several decades resulted in only 100 days. I emphasized, ”but there was no in-depth mention of Japan-Korea relations.

President Moon will turn back his five-year term on the 9th of next month, but due to economic slowdown and stagnation in the north-south relations, the approval rate has fallen below 40% for the first time since he assumed office. In the face of strict government administration.