Democratic presidential candidate Lee Jae-myung had his first meeting with party members yesterday (15th).

He emphasized 'one team' with a 90-degree folder greeting, which is interpreted as a will to close the aftermath of the competition and prepare for the final race.

Correspondent Kang Cheong-wan.


Lee Jae-myung, the presidential candidate, appeared as the chairman of the Democratic Party's general assembly.

They received applause from the lawmakers and exchanged fists one by one.

Candidate Lee, who stood on the podium in front of about 120 attending lawmakers, started with a 90-degree 'folder greeting'.

[Lee Jae-myung / Democratic Party Presidential Candidate: The Democratic Party has a tradition of one team.

We will

overcome all the

small conflicts and turn them into energy and move forward toward the path of victory with greater strength.]

He emphasized that he called and talked to former Democratic Party leader Lee Nak-yeon, who was the opponent of 'Myung-nak Daejeon', and decided to visit him.

[Lee Jae-myung/Democratic Presidential Candidate: I was truly moved by the dignity and broadness of Candidate Nak-yeon Lee.]

During the election, I hugged Senator Seol-hoon from the Nak-yeon Lee camp, who even mentioned the possibility of his arrest.

On the day he stood in the middle of 'Yeoido politics' as the presidential candidate of the ruling party in 'Longevity of the Edge', he focused on minimizing the aftereffects of the civil war.

Candidate Lee suggested a fair country, people's livelihood reform, and economic growth as tasks through winning the presidential election, saying that the next presidential election is an important turning point in deciding whether to go back to the past or move forward.

Candidate Lee is known to focus on preparing for the National Assembly audit of Gyeonggi Province, which will attend Monday next week. 

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