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33rd commemorative ceremony for the 6·10 Democratic Revolt was held in the Grand Public Office of Namyeong-dong, the former security headquarters, with the presence of President Moon Jae-in. President Moon awarded the National Medal of Merit to 12 people, including Tae-il Jeon and his wife, Lee So-sun, who contributed to the democratization movement.

Reporter Jeon Byeong-nam.


Namyoung-dong's Grand Public Office, a former security center that was a symbol of torture and human rights oppression in the authoritarian era.

President Moon Jae-in attended the June 10 Democracy Commemoration Ceremony held in the Grand Public Office in Namyeong-dong for the first time.

President Moon awarded the National Medal of Merit for the 12 Democrats who have been excluded from the government's admonition and packaging, including Jeon Tae-il's mother, Lee So-sun, and Park Jong-cheol's father, Park Jeong-ki, and Lee Han-yeol's mother, Bae Eun-shim, and her mother, Eun-sim Bae.

[President Moon Jae-in: Today we presented a medal of honor to those who contributed to the development of democracy in the Republic of Korea. One by one, they are wonderful people who can never say all with a single package.] At the

memorial, President Moon said that he would go beyond political and institutional democracy to achieve real economic democracy and democracy in everyday life.

We have the freedom to pursue profits to our heart's content, but we do not have the freedom to take others' share.” We talked about a sustainable and equal economy, emphasizing democracy that permeates our lives, including home and work. I explained that I would try.

[President Moon Jae-in: We must now move toward more democracy, bigger democracy, more diverse democracy.]

After the ceremony, President Moon visited Room 509 of the Grand Public Office, which died after the death of Ambassador Park Jong-cheol and made a dedication in front of Park Young-young's administration.