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Lee Jun-seok, representative of the People's Power, went to Daejeon Hyeonchungwon for the first time today (14th) and met the bereaved family of the Cheonan.

Next, we visited a joint incense place for the victims of the Gwangju building collapse.

Aiming for next year's presidential election, he said that it was his calling to set up a 'big tent' to confront the current government.

First of all, this is reporter Kim Hyung-rae.


Lee Jun-seok, representative of the People's Power, chose Daejeon Cemetery, where the soldiers who sacrificed the West Sea are sleeping, instead of the Seoul Cemetery, where former presidents are buried for the first time abroad.

Representative Lee, who visited the graveyard of the 46th veteran of the Cheonan warship, even shed tears at the bereaved family's request to 'protect the honor of the fathers of the children'.

[Lee Jun-seok/CEO of People's Power: I apologize on behalf of the party for hurting my heart like this even though it has been over 10 years... .]

Next, we moved to Gwangju to pay tribute to the victims of the collapse of the demolition site.

Regarding the May 18 Democratization Movement, he criticized Chun Doo-hwan for not appearing in the court of appeals in the defamation case against the late Father Jobio as inappropriate as a citizen.

[Lee Jun-seok/People's Power Representative: There will be no hurting Gwangju citizens in our party about the past again... .]

Power of the People It seems that the percentage of Honam Party members is only 0.8%, indicating a will to raise the support of the weak party.

After coming to Seoul, he attended the party's general assembly and stood in front of the members of the party, but the message of the 'zero line' representative was, "His calling is to set up a 'big tent' to fight the current government with the presidential candidates inside and outside the party. I did.

Former Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-yeol sent a text message to congratulations on the election yesterday, saying, "I have great expectations" for the new leadership of the People's Power.

On the other hand, in relation to the operation of the 'Correspondence Council' proposed by Song Young-gil of the Democratic Party, Chairman Lee replied, "I evaluate it positively."

(Video coverage: Kim Heung-gi, Lee Chan-soo, video editing: Yu Mira)