Let's look at the movements of the opposition presidential candidates. Former Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-yeol refuted the allegations surrounding him head-on, and former Auditor General Choi Jae-hyung met with Seoul Mayor Oh Se-hoon. Former Deputy Prime Minister Kim Dong-yeon strengthened his will to challenge the presidency by saying that he would throw his whole body. 

Reporter Lee Hyun-young on the sidewalk.


Yoon Seok-yeol, former Prosecutor General, who said he would undergo unlimited verification, strongly protested when allegations of receiving entertainment from Sambu Engineering & Construction's former chairman based on the 2011 schedule were raised.

Yoon's side said, "I've had dinner and golf with former Sambu Engineering & Construction Chairman Cho Nam-wook, but I haven't met him in the last 10 years." It's wrong to be neat."

Former President Yoon will visit Daegu today following his visit to Gwangju last weekend while keeping a distance from the people's power to join the party.

Choi Jae-hyung, former Auditor General, who came to the power of the people as a member of a regular party, met with Seoul Mayor Oh Se-hoon and increased internal contact.

Regarding the suspicion of renting an apartment to her daughter at a lower price than the market price, he explained, "I received 1 million won a month in rent for two out of four rooms in my account."

Another opposition player, former Deputy Prime Minister Kim Dong-yeon, also suggested a challenge to the presidency by saying, "I will throw myself for the country" with the publication of the book.

People's Power Representative Lee Jun-seok reiterated his pressure on outside runners to join the party, saying, "Party members, such as incumbent lawmakers, can only perform official activities in the election camps of presidential candidates within the party.