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is the scene where Lee Jun-seok, representative of People's Power, goes to work today (13th). I rode a shared bicycle 'Ttareungi' in Seoul that I use every day. He looked different from the previous politicians who rode a black car, but it remains to be seen whether his politics will be new. With new representatives in both the opposition parties, the movements of the presidential candidates are accelerating.

Reporter Lee Hyun-young on the sidewalk.


The first meeting of the 1st and 2nd people of the People's Power.

We exchanged opinions on who should sit in key positions in the party, including the chairman of the policy committee.

[Lee Jun-seok / Representative of the People's Power: We have achieved quite a bit of approach to opinions. However, I have a relationship with other party positions that have not been appointed yet, so I will follow the procedure and announce it.]

Yesterday, the day after the election, Lee Jun-seok met with Ahn Cheol-soo, the leader of the People's Party.

It was only the two of us meeting with CEO Ahn, whom he considered a 'bad relationship' by his own proposal, but he said that he confirmed the will and consensus on the unity of the two parties.

Following the Democratic Party, as the People's Power launched a new leadership system, the clocks of the presidential candidates of the ruling and opposition parties accelerated.

Gyeonggi Governor Lee Jae-myung, who is in the midst of a policy debate on 'basic income' in the passport, continued his policy move by emphasizing legislation for youth in special employment on his SNS.

Former Democratic Party leader Lee Nak-yeon raised a check against the governor's basic income, saying, "I doubt it will help to close the gap." declare.

About 10 people, including Rep. Lee Kwang-jae and former Justice Minister Choo Mi-ae, are expected to jump into the preliminary primaries.

The opposition parties have a lot of Jung Jung-dong.

Former Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-yeol appointed a former Chosun and Dong-a Ilbo reporter as his spokesperson, which is giving rise to the interpretation that it is preparations for the presidential campaign.

In Power of the People, former lawmaker Seung-min Yoo will launch a presidential campaign early next month, and Jeju Governor Won Hee-ryong is expected to announce whether he will resign as governor in the next month.

Independent Rep. Jun-pyo Hong is likely to support the People's Power Party, and Chairman Ahn Cheol-soo is likely to put his best efforts into the people's power and unity.

(Video coverage: Kim Seung-tae, video editing: Yumira)