▲ From left, Kim Hyun-mi, Minister of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, Lee Hae-chan, President of the Democratic Party, Park Young-sun, Minister of Small and Medium Venture Business, Yu Eun-hye, Minister of Social Affairs and Minister of Education
In addition, Park Young-sun, Minister of Small and Medium Venture Business, Kim Hyun-mi, Minister of Land, Infrastructure, and Transport, Yu Eun-hye, Minister of Social Affairs and Education, three Democratic Party lawmakers and officials announced today that they will not run for the April elections.
They also struggled to cry while trying to tell the story of the district.
Mr. Park said, "My district, Guro-eul, was the place where the industrialization of Korea and the suffering of workers were a part of Guro industrial complex."
Kim emphasized that the most important thing as a member of the cabinet is that it is supported by a stable cabinet that shares the national philosophy of the president. "It is important for politicians to go together for Moon's success."
"It was a very difficult decision to give up the district," he said. "I will now leave the party to the West of Ilsan."
"I would like to do my best until I can do my best as the first female deputy prime minister and education minister of Moon Jae-in government without running for the 21st National Assembly election," he said. "I will do my best to help President Moon Jae-in."
"I decided to run out of my mind because many people who had encouraged and worked with me for 10 years weren't easy," he said. "I just changed my seat to my job. I will always be a resident of Ilsan, and I will do my best for the future of Ilsan." Stressed.
The Minister of Public Administration and Security did not attend the conference, but Lee expressed his intention to run through the representative.
President Lee said, "I was unable to attend because I was the Secretary of State's election administration."
(Video coverage: Park Jin-ho, Video editing: Park Seung-yeon)