Kwak Byeong-chae, the son of Kwak Sang-do, a member of the People's Power, announced that he received 2.8 billion won in real money from Hwacheon Daeyu, who is suspected of preferential treatment for the Daejang-dong development project, in the name of bonuses, consolations, and severance pay.

In a statement today (26th), Mr. Kwak said, "In June 2020, he signed a contract for a performance pay of 500 million won, including severance pay. "After withholding tax, I received about 2.8 billion won into my account on April 30, 2021," he said.

Kwak also disclosed the salary he received from Hwacheon Daeyu.

After joining the company in June 2015, he said that he received a pre-tax salary of 2.33 million won per month until February 2018, 3.33 million won between March and September 2018, and 3.83 million won until January 2021.

Kwak said his father, Rep. Kwak, introduced Hwacheon Daeyu.

Kwak said, "My father said, 'Mr. Kim is in the real estate development business and is looking for people, so if you have an idea, check it out.'"

Here, Mr. Kim is presumed to be Mr. Kim, a former journalist who is an alumnus of Sungkyunkwan University of Rep. Kwak Sang-do.

Mr. Kwak said, "I searched the company's basic information because I thought it was necessary to get the job done." "The real estate development business may or may not be successful, but since it has already been selected as the preferred bidder, the business could be a hit, so it's worth a bet. I decided to do it,” he explained.

At the same time, his father, Rep. Kwak, said that he recently learned that he had received 2.8 billion won. He said that he chose, took responsibility, and drew.

He then emphasized that all of this money is in his account, and that he worked and was evaluated at Hwacheon Daeyu.

Kwak emphasized that he worked hard at Hwacheon Daeyu to the point where a red flag for his health in 2018 turned on, and said, "I went to the company with the sole purpose of getting recognition from the company and the owner rather than investing in stocks or coins."

Also, he compared himself to the Netflix drama 'Squid Game' and said, "It's just a 'word' in a squid game that was designed so carefully. " asserted.