Former Auditor General Choi Jae-hyung entered the power of the people on the 15th.

Former President Choi visited the People's Power in Yeouido, Seoul on the morning of the same day, and met with the leadership including CEO Lee Jun-seok, and then held an entrance ceremony.

Choi said, "I will work with my comrades to join forces to devote all of my efforts to changing the government, which is the long-cherished dream of our people, and furthermore, to create a better future and a country where we can live with hope." .

CEO Lee said, "There must have been a lot of thought before you made the decision to change the Republic of Korea through party politics." He said, "I hope that the honor I have built up as a public official will be put to good use in the process of party politics."

This is the 17th day since former Director Choi resigned from the office of the Board of Audit and Inspection on the 28th of last month, saying, "I want to take time to think about what role I should play for the future of Korea.

On that day, former Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-yeol responded to a reporter's question about Choi's entry into office, saying, "I respect the choices made by people in politics."

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(Composition: Hwi-Ran Kim, Video coverage: Heung-Ki Kim and Sang-Bo Sang, Edit: Hee-Joo Cha)