<Anchor> As you

just heard, another workshop began when it was confirmed that Mr. Jo Sung-eun had met Park Ji-won, the head of the National Intelligence Service. When the People's Power raised allegations of NIS intervention, calling it a 'Park Ji-won Gate', the Democratic Party dismissed it as just a deceptive tactic.

This is by Kim Soo-young, staff reporter.


Seong-eun Seong-eun reported the 'suspicion of accusation' to the news bus last June, and the first report after that came out on the 2nd.

Meanwhile, on the 11th of last month, it was revealed that Cho had met Park Ji-won, the head of the National Intelligence Service.

Former Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-yeol accused the NIS of interfering in the election enough to define it as an allegation.

I even brought up the word 'Park Ji-won Gate', but former President Yoon raised his voice.

[Yoon Seok-yeol / Former Prosecutor General: How busy is the director of the National Intelligence Service? They say they eat with someone and see them often.] The

People's Power floor leader Kim Ki-hyeon also mentioned Kim Dae-up, who caused the so-called 'folding screen' during the 2002 presidential election, and said that the dubious meeting should be investigated.

In response, the Democratic Party dismissed it as 'for a change of state' and 'a tactic of deception'.

The essence of this case is that there was a 'political operation' in which Prosecutor Yoon Seok-yeol instigated an accusation against the opposition, and he is trying to divert the public's attention to the wrong place on the suspicion of private abuse of the prosecution's power.

Director Park said in an interview with the media, "During the meal, we did not talk about the allegations of accusation."

A person close to Director Park said in a phone call with SBS, "Director Park doesn't meet people in particular," and said, "It's just a political offensive."

In a statement on SNS, Mr. Cho also countered, saying, "We are distorting the essence of Yun Seok-yeol's camp, etc.

(Video coverage: Jeong Sang-bo, video editing: Choi Hye-young)