The ceremony to commemorate the 11th anniversary of the death of former President Roh Moo-hyun was ripped off at the Presidential Cemetery at Bonham Village in Jinyeong-eup, Gimhae-si, Gyeongnam, on the 23rd. Unlike the previous year, this memorial service was held on a minimized scale to comply with the new anti-coronavirus infection (corona 19) prevention guidelines. At the ceremony, only about 100 people, including family members of major families from all over the world, such as Mrs. Roh's wife, Mrs. Kwon Yang-sook, son Ho-ho, and daughter Jeong-yeon, attended the ceremony. Among the politicians, Joo Ho-young, the leader of the Future United Party, attended the memorial service after four years as the representative of the conservative party.
Former prime minister Han Myung-sook, who has recently filed a need to re-examine at some of the passports, was also present. In order to comply with the precautionary measures, the tributaries shared their minds far away from the venue.
The 11th anniversary memorial service was held strictly in line with the slogan 'low man, humble power, strong country'.