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passport, many people visited the father's funeral home of Mr. Kim Eo-jun, who was broadcast yesterday (13th) and today, and paid tribute.

The Democratic Party is struggling to come up with innovative measures to counter the wind of youth blowing through the power of the people.

By the way, this is reporter Yoo Soo-hwan.


Broadcaster Kim Eo-jun in front of the father's funeral.

The flagpoles are lined up long.

Most of them were sent by passport figures, including Gyeongnam Governor Kim Kyung-soo and former Minister of SMEs and Startups Park Young-sun.

Presidential candidates such as Lee Jae-myung and Lee Nak-yeon also visited the funeral.

As Mr. Kim is a person who has a great influence on the formation of public opinion among the party's core supporters, the interest of the supporters of the passport has also been focused.

Another scene in the passport is the sphere of influence of the opposition's 'Lee Jun-seok blast'.

Today (14th) at the Democratic Supreme Council.

Young-hak Lee, 39 years old, was the first among the top members to hold the microphone.

The order of public remarks by the Supreme Council members is in the order of the votes received at the National Convention, but other Supreme Council members made concessions first.

[Lee Dong-hak / Democratic Party Youth High Commissioner: I think it would be okay to occasionally hear the voice of a young man first. Democrats can't either. We need to start reforming the nominations from the local elections.] How

to hire young politicians, so-called 'young people', including Lee and 44-year-old former Supreme Councilor Kim Hae-young, even for the position of head of the presidential election planning group in charge of managing the party's primary election and presidential election strategy It is said that this is being discussed within the party.

Rep. Park Yong-jin, 50, the youngest candidate for the presidential election, is shouting these days.

[Park Yong-jin / Democratic Party Member: I will make it exciting with dynamism. As a young presidential candidate, I will make it one step at a time.]

Of course, there is also a large objection in the passport that "simple biological age does not guarantee innovation."

After the devastating defeat in the re-election, Song Yeong-gil, who is seeking a new path in two directions, policy and political affairs, was put to the test to see if it would include even young people.

(Video coverage: Kim Seong-il, Park Jin-ho, video editing: Ha Seong-won, screen source: Jeong Bong-ju, former lawmaker)