1. A person who lacks the ability to dramatize a dramatic moment.

In a reality where directing images is regarded as the essence of politics, this person is not optimized for politics.

Rather, he is far from such a politician and does not have such talent.

Ahead of the 2016 general election in the 20s, his name was added to the cut-off list of the Democratic incumbent lawmakers.

At first, protesting would be the next step, but he accepted the political death sentence on the same day saying he had done enough.

Whether I desperately appealed for my own injustice, grievously decorated my exit from politics with tears, or stood up like anyone else, I had to say that I would re-enter the National Assembly with my own strength.

I gave up the spot where I could be baptized with all camera flashes.

In a brief press release on the day of the announcement, this person only stated, "I have always thought that knowing when to step down from life is a valuable value. I hope that my resignation will help the party."



On March 3, 2016, late at night, I stood on the remarks at the main hall of the National Assembly. It was this person's last stage in the National Assembly to say goodbye to fellow lawmakers. This was the first and last time he stood on the lectern at the 19th National Assembly. It took me less than two minutes to make the closing remarks of my political life. It was a place where there was likely to be a sad meeting leaving the National Assembly, a farewell speech, or the final death on the Uijeongbu podium, but this person joked about the empty seats of fellow lawmakers of the same party who left in protest against the passage of the Anti-Terrorism Act and executed the death penalty he led. He ended his last remarks by referring to the serious discussion of the abolition bill and the reform of the electoral system. The other legislators applauded this man after he had finished speaking, and the morning newspapers the next day called it a beautiful exit, but frankly, it was not a moving speech. There was no such thing as a will to turn his last speech at the National Assembly into a 'work'.




When I heard that I had never spoken in public until I ran for the National Assembly, I was hopeful. At the time of the Mincheong Hakryun incident, the Park Chung-hee and Yushin administration placed a bounty of 2 million won on this person's neck. It was a time when the prize money of 1 million won when reporting a spy and 3 million won in the house lottery prize was 3 million won. That is why he was a giant of the student movement.



"When I first ran for office in 1988, I was trembling, so if someone drank a few glasses of soju and left, I felt more stable, so I ate soju. …” If the



Central Intelligence Agency had not caught this man and put him in court, and the Yushin regime had not sentenced him to death, perhaps this man would have remained an unnamed behind-the-scenes figure forever.



"I never stood in front of people until I went to the 13th general election. I didn't show much because of my personality and I didn't like to go out. But I think the 586th generation are different. Because they are the people we were caught up in, the stage constitution and the constitutional constitution of the election. Because we were not in the constitution of the election at all…”



2. These days, he is the most popular performer on current affairs programs. It's frustrating not being able to see this person everywhere. Former National Assembly Speaker Kim Won-gi said: "You seem to be more active now than you were when you were active duty." Since 2016, while living as a savage and appearing on TV as a scoundrel, he was more known to the public than when he was an active member of the National Assembly. That's not to say I'm running everywhere I call it.



"To be honest, I haven't come to any place that hasn't been asked to come out of the current affairs program. But the main thing is to go around like a janitor and say the same thing. There are other menu items... That menu is that menu every day... Same as yesterday. Although I ate, I heard that Park Ji-won said that he was running ten baths a day before he went to the National Intelligence Service, but that is the main



reason

…”

He said that he was talking about hot water, but the quality and quantity of this person’s information is difficult for others to follow. He has a strong memory that never forgets what he hears once. Read all newspapers thoroughly and, if necessary, do coverage. Knows who to ask, when, and what to ask.



"I have to do a search to get information, but I'm blind and I don't see things like that. But about the pending issues that day, I only know a little about what happened to two or three legislators I know.




He has worked in the heart of power, so he has a deep understanding of the nature of power. He has a long political life, so he knows the sentiments of ordinary people well. Such experiences add weight to this person's words. When I asked him how he could see the world going around so well, that was the economy. They said it all happens when you get older. If you look at what you're saying, it's not a clearing oil. Rather, it stutters a little and sounds slurred. But those words catch people's ears.



3. He is a person who speaks to the incumbent president without hesitation of 'byeok-chang-ho', 'corrupted', and 'reckless', not to mention other people. In the general election in April last year, when the ruling party said that it would create a satellite proportional party, it was said that it would be "punishment." In this media arbitration law scandal, he said, "There is no hope for a party that is being dragged down by hard-line forces."



"He's from a passport, but he's a rare person who can criticize the ruling party as well. It's true that the panelists on TV unconditionally cover up people in their camp, but Rep. Yoo In-tae is a free person in that respect. That's Yoo In-tae's strength as an interviewer. is"/ Joo Young-jin <SBS News Briefing Anchor>




The long-distance travelers worried about fandom politics such as Moonpa and Taegeukgi troops continued for a long time. The harmful effects of the extreme supporters are irrelevant, but it is true that he is much more concerned about the ruling party as he is from a passport.



"Some YouTube channels say that it affects the moonfathers, but when I first looked at them, the chatter was very low quality. What TV are they doing? People were very clear even in my memory of Nosamo. At that time, there was no talk of sending text bombs. You know, how did the politics of this country become like that…” At



this point, I thought I would have received a text bomb several times. Even if a text bomb arrives, he doesn't seem to be dying.



This person is not a doctor, and the outlook for the country was not always right. When the Drooking incident broke out, I even said that it was an attack on the opposition party claiming to be related to the Gyeongnam governor at the time, Kim Kyung-soo. However, in the current political world, it is not easy to find someone who sees the world with an open mind as much as this person, so I asked him about some pending issues. Here's a brief summary of this guy's answer:



The fact that the presidential election in March next year will eventually lead to a one-on-one battle between the ruling and opposition parties, and that the current government change is overwhelmingly high, but it is not a big variable because it has always been the case at the end of the presidential term. He predicted that he would not pursue a policy of differentiation, and that Governor Lee Jae-myung in relation to the Daejang-dong scandal would not take more than moral and political responsibility because he seemed to be clean in money matters. The introduction of the special prosecutor was somewhat reserved.



"They say that the opposition party and the people do not trust the results of the investigation, so is there any reason to reject it until the end? But asking to go to the special prosecutor from now on is too strategic. . First of all, I think it is right to talk about the special prosecutor after the prosecutors and police finish this investigation quickly."



4. Every year in April, I get seriously ill. April is the month in which comrades were arrested and tortured, and he was arrested in the Mincheong Hakryun incident. It was also in April that eight people related to the Inhyuk Party, including senior and comrade Jeon Jeong-nam, were executed just 18 hours after the death penalty was confirmed. Nearly half a century has passed, but the body seems to remember the nightmare.



“The execution of the people in the Inhyuk Party was in April, and it was April when they were taken to the intelligence service and beaten. I was ill. I had a fever for a few days and was lying down…”



Thanks to his father, who worked in the wood industry in Jecheon, North Chungcheong Province, he lived in a two-story Western-style house in the 1960s and graduated from Gyeonggi High School and Seoul National University. Since he had a wealthy family and a so-called KS mark, he was a person who could have lived an easy life as much as he could. Such a person entered the student movement and was expelled twice, graduating from Seoul National University in six years. I wondered what led this person to such a life. I wondered if there was such a thing as a steely fighting spirit and an ardent defender of justice, but this man's story is bubbly. The talent for dramatizing oneself and one's life is difficult to find even after washing your eyes.



“The Park Chung-hee Restoration System was a time when all the people’s freedom was deprived. They cut their hair, lengthened their skirts, and made them unable to sing… People who could not speak at that time were claiming freedom and freedom while claiming liberal democracy… Anyway, in such an era It was resistance."



I wondered what his father would have said to his son who had become an athletic student.

-What



didn't your father say?


"

What's

wrong with the bastard anyway..."



I was curious about his personal reason for participating in the student movement, but he didn't answer that. It's not the style of telling your own story.



“At that time, there were only a few people who were called adults. All they looked at was the academy. The young students had to wake up with this injustice. At that time, there was a union in Korea or what was there. There was no power. always the ear ssadaegi hit someone getnya wanted to get knocked beaten surveillance Then ies. to so siljyo. But if we do not, who do not? this huge was "



be from ignites mincheonghakryeon incident earlier been cited as a key figure in the SNU student movement irritable Central He was taken to the intelligence service and beaten.



"I can not fathom thing dragged on a courtyard, always saying," We Commissioner slightly Bo sleep "and from entering mask ears ssadaegi, go cheotinsa a" bastard came again, "while your ssadaegi ... who getnya wanted to do live ies"



mincheonghakryeon events He was arrested and brought to a military trial. The death penalty was imposed on 9 July 1974 and the death penalty was imposed on 13 July 1974. In the process of confirming the sentence by the Minister of Defense, the sentence was commuted from the death penalty to life imprisonment. Since this day was July 20, I lived in the shadow of death for a week. I wanted to hear the feelings of the death sentence and the moment of sentencing. There was no mention of that either. A week after the death sentence until his sentence is commuted to life imprisonment will remain as the most vivid memory of this person's life, and it is impossible to describe the period.



- You were sentenced to death and spent a week as a death row prisoner. How did you feel at that time?


"I was like, 'These guys are funny and sassy.' I was like, what kind of death penalty for a demonstration. The police come to each university and they can't get it right. It was an incident. I felt like it was funny and disgusting to hear that the death penalty was carried out for one of the coalition protests."



- Wasn't it scary?


“At that time, I was not afraid, but I was thinking, what kind of death penalty is this… And on the other hand, I wondered if I should kill him with this… Victims of the Inhyuk Party were concerned that this crazy regime might really kill, Park Jeong-hee, that crazy guy might kill him. downed you like, "



he twice submitted a bill abolishing the death penalty in 17 parliamentary and 19 Assembly commitment to abolish the death penalty as long as you advised the handling of death penalty legislation in Parliament farewell address was insistent. This is almost the only bill that this person has pushed forward with willpower during his 12-year career as a member of the National Assembly. The experience of a week as a death row prisoner and the tragedy of the comrades who have unjustly disappeared due to the dew of a prison sentence dominate this person's consciousness.



It would be possible to make a play with 4 acts and 5 chapters just from the story of the student movement, but I don't have the talent for that. No, I have no intention of doing that. His younger brother Yoo In-taek, who is now the president of the Seoul Arts Center, is a former theater director who is full of talent, but his younger brother doesn't seem to have that kind of talent. When he ran for the 13th general election, he used the expression 'political death row prisoner' for the first and last time using his student movement history in politics.




In 2012, he was acquitted after a retrial. He applied for 1.23 billion won in damages against the state that sentenced him to death and sentenced him to 4 years and 5 months of unfair imprisonment, but he did not receive a single penny. You have to file a claim for damages within six months after the retrial is finalized, because you missed that time.



"The statute of limitations for all civil cases is 3 years. But the Supreme Court Yang Seung-tae suddenly changed the Mincheong Hak-ryun case to six months after the retrial was confirmed. Justice Ahn Dae-hee is personally close and even said something like, 'Senior. Shall I take charge of that?' It was only after I quit the Supreme Court that I made the decision to lose because the period for applying for it was over from three years to six months."



He

lost

the opportunity to receive money equal to his entire fortune, so I can say it with enthusiasm, said as if talking.



5. There are three presidents in this person's life. It is difficult to talk about the life of politician Yoo In-tae without mentioning Kim Dae-jung, Roh Moo-hyun, and Moon Jae-in. Another hour was longer than the hour I spent politically with Kim Dae-jung, and even when I was in the same party, I was not recognized by Kim Dae-jung. It wasn't that he was hated by Kim Dae-jung from the beginning. Rather, perhaps because of the experience of communion with the same death-row inmates, this newcomer was also used as the head of the political training institute, one of the five party stations. However, it seems that Kim Dae-jung was completely dissatisfied with this person's free spirit. He was a person who was not liked by his teachers when he was in school, but even when he entered the political arena, he threw a peculiar self-harm gag saying that he was not liked by his teachers (DJs).



"Originally, they said that DJs hated playing Go and catching Go. I played Go against National Assembly Vice President Heo Kyung-man at the time, so I played it often, but there were rumors that Yoo In-tae was living in the vice-chairman's room... Hae-chan Lee and Chae-jeong Lim played Go, but they played Go secretly. I put it up proudly… No matter how much I drink until dawn, Ji-won Park comes to the door at 5 a.m. and waits… We’re dead and awake, but we can’t do that… If we drink, we have to go to sleep until lunch. “The



difference in political lines was not small. He did not support Kim Dae-jung in the 1987 presidential election and did not follow Kim Dae-jung along with Kim Won-ki, Roh Moo-hyun, and Won Hye-young when Kim Dae-jung formed the National Assembly. He did not confront or follow Kim Dae-jung in important political phases.



"Itjyo ball His illustrious in the democratization process, but it was upright in the four-party pilseungron 1987 run for the reader without the YS and unified now would I think is wrong."



In 1995, it was the DJ opposition leader made minute as a minor problem But anyway, this person objected to the DJ's decision. Among the six Tongchu members who joined the National Assembly ahead of the 1997 presidential election, he was the only one who did not benefit from DJ. He was humiliated and humiliated. This story with Kim Dae-jung must have played a part in the fact that this person was announced as a recruiting person for the Grand National Party around the 2000 general election and there was talk of nomination.



"I can not even in the DJ government aesthetics maljik ... you to come to the Political Affairs suseoksil secretary to the government late. Yigangrae juniors to look at senior to ... is still not face the people pass that's like ... buzz saw someone,"



the most important process in the presidential political affairs chief The case was the issue of the special prosecutor's office for remittance to North Korea. At the time, Donggyo-dong recognized it as an act of the president's rule and demanded that it not be an issue, but the Roh Moo-hyun administration conducted a special prosecutor's office for remittance to North Korea early in his tenure. It was decided that it would be possible to expedite the process by entrusting it to the special prosecutor rather than the prosecution. Most of all, the DJ and Donggyo-dong were very saddened by the explanation that he could not acknowledge the theory of governing behavior itself by saying that he did not know about the remittance to North Korea.



6. Roh Moo-hyun was also a political benefactor who appointed himself as the chief political affairs officer of the Blue House, a long-time comrade and political man. When the DJ set up a national assembly and was in Bundang, Roh Moo-hyun invited this person to join the Democratic Party as a man. He accepted the invitation and was rejected in the next general election. Roh Moo-hyun repaid the political debt he owed at that time by appointing chief political officer. Although the two were politically active together, the two had strangely different textures. The figure of this man sleeping and smoking in front of the president seemed to symbolize the dissolution of authoritarianism, but it was also seen as disrespect for the president.



“When the pastor is preaching, the elders can fall asleep… This is not a story everyone knows. I was an elder. I fell asleep because alcohol became rice cake. Moon Jae-in wrote it in his book. What Notong was talking about... It's not all obvious."




From Roh Moo-hyun's point of view, this person was not a comfortable adviser. Hee-sang Moon, who was the chief of staff of the Blue House at the time, remembers that it was not a relationship that could be treated like a subordinate.



"I and Yoo In-tae are the types of people who say anything to the president if they have something to say. In particular, Yoo In-tae just hit him so hard that people who see him would be embarrassed."



- Wasn't the president a little uncomfortable?


"It was so that the president was uncomfortable. But even the president can't shout at him. And he only complains to me. 'What would you do if you did that? I have face.' But, because he tells a story that is appropriate for the occasion, no one can say anything.” Even when



the government was in the midst of checking the press, including the Chosun Ilbo, this man struggled to convince the media and the opposition. I drank with such people every day, and as a result I fell asleep at the meeting. How did those things appear in Roh's eyes? This person doesn't seem to have fully enjoyed the place either.



“Before that, the chief of political affairs had money. There was about 80 billion won in special expenses that the president could spend on the Blue House, and the chief of political affairs also spent some of that money. But President Roh spent all that money on disaster relief. Since I gave the NIS an order to ban inspections, there is no information from the NIS. I have no money and no information, so what are you using to fight the opposition with a weapon..."



He was the first and last chief of political affairs in the Participatory Government, and was short-lived since he had been there for about a year. It was unfortunate that there was no successor. When President Roh Moo-hyun was at his official residence due to the National Assembly's decision to impeach him, he had a solo session. I remembered the date correctly until May 5, 2004. On the spot, he suggested the reinstatement of the chief of political affairs, and Roh Moo-hyun asked for his opinion as to who would like to succeed him. This person recommended Lee Kang-cheol as his successor, but the Blue House seems to have been burdened with appointing Lee Kang-cheol. The revival of the chief political officer did not take place.



7. When Moon Jae-in hesitated to run for president, he went down to Busan to persuade him and donated 50 million won to the Moon Jae-in fund to take the lead in creating President Moon Jae-in. However, I was very disappointed to see the personnel of the current government. According to Moon Jae-in, senior civil affairs chief, there are many people who cannot pass the verification among the current government officials. He told an anecdote that happened while working together at the Blue House of the Participatory Government and expressed Moon Jae-in as Byuk Chang-ho.



"Since Moon Jae-in doesn't know the people in Yeouido, the civil complaints from the political circle will come to me or Lee Kang-cheol. Then I have to tell Min-jeong, but I only said a few things that I thought were quite reasonable. Moon Jae-in was very polite 'I see. Senior' is like that, but all of them are dismissed there. But in fact, some of them were later found innocent… I got the feeling that 'this person is Byuk Chang-ho' at that time."



Watching President Moon Jae-in visit the opposition on the first day of his inauguration, he had high expectations for the politics of integration and compromise. It was the politics he and the late President Roh Moo-hyun wanted so much. But it wasn't long before expectations turned into disappointments.



“As soon as I came to power, at least people like Ahn Cheol-soo, Yoo Seung-min, and Shim Sang-jung who were in favor of impeachment… I should have been in solidarity with people like Hong Jun-pyo among the presidential candidates. I had a feeling that I didn't understand the cooperation properly."




He also said that although he is the political successor of President Roh, he did not think that he would not understand Roh's philosophy that much. From this person's point of view, Moon Jae-in's attitude to stay away from Yeouido politics appears to be anti-political.



-Do you think President Moon Jae-in's attitude is still anti-political?


"I still think it is. They see themselves as noble beings like cranes, and they view people in politics as incarnations of their lust for power, so they won't go to crows, or go to the muddy fields called politics."



The Potential of Politics and the Power of Politics In terms of belief, this person has the same philosophy as Kim Dae-jung and Roh Moo-hyun. Moon and Moon didn't seem to have much in common, including political philosophy.



8. Because of this person's characteristic tone and free behavior that is full of profanity and profanity, a politician named Yoo In-tae, like the nickname of the bizarre chief, is mainly talked about, and this person's life and the philosophy he wanted to pursue The analysis of political moves is extremely stingy. It is unfortunate that the figure of this person who believed in the power of politics and tried to find answers in politics is not seen properly. There is a lot of blame on the person who is stingy in leaving a record. He has never written a book, and, at the very least, has hardly ever contributed to the press.



"I said, 'Let's write a book. If you write a book, you'll find a lot of interesting content, so let's write a book. We're struggling because we don't have pocket money, so let's sell our books and make a living.' Even if I do, I don’t do it just to say it…” / Choi Kwang-woong, former Blue House HR secretary,



is lazy and has an extraordinary memory. Around the time he entered politics in 1988, he wrote articles related to the Mincheong Hakryun incident in Monthly JoongAng. This is almost the only article he has ever written to the press. The writings related to the Mincheong Academy are meticulous and dense, as if they were recorded yesterday. Dates and times are recorded almost in minutes, not to mention people and events. At that time, it was said that the people involved in the Mincheong Academy did not leave any records because of the monitoring by the Central Intelligence Agency, but I wondered who kept the records secretly. No such record remains, but it remains in this person's mind. Most of the article was written by Seo Joong-seok, one of the protagonists of the Mincheong Hakryun incident, but I cannot write in such detail without my own memory.



Won Hye-young described this person as a person with 'unusual memory'. I remember exactly the at-bats of people I played with a few years ago, and talk about events 20-30 years ago as if they were yesterday. In the course of the interview, I checked the dates that this person mentioned, such as the date of his first speech at the National Assembly since the inauguration of President Roh Moo-hyun, and the date of reporting on the founding of the National Assembly. There was nothing wrong.



A person who was born with 10 talents but lived with only two or three talents, in some ways, looks like a person who wasted his talents. I asked him if he had any regrets in life. This question was answered in a very serious way with an expression that I did not expect.



"Why is this one that regrets eopget uh ... when in office a little more does not work passionately burned the mission itjyo just laziness smoking regret that you have a little harder seureopgo likes to play and did things a little regret ..."



and the early 1980s a friend The lumber business was quite large. It seems that business was not for this person.



"Father You've pretty big traditional mokjaeeop I have had with my friend I stood juniors in Nago guarantee I made a very big failure by a so thinking"



had blown all his father who was in the estate quite close to the Gimpo Airport bite. When he disclosed his fortune as the chief of political affairs at the Blue House, he was the second from last. Even now, a 30-square-meter apartment is all he has. When he first enrolled in the school in 1992, he disclosed all his political funds.



"In 1995, when I was exercising my nomination rights for local councilors as the chairperson of the district party, there was talk of receiving money from the candidates for nomination. . Until I retired from politics, I didn't receive a single won as a nomination donation. I know that kind of thing… It's really rare." / Choi Kwang-woong, former Blue House HR secretary



He lost 4 times in the National Assembly elections and was elected 3 times. He repeated politics as a politician and a member of the National Assembly, and the time spent as a white man was longer than the time spent as a member of the National Assembly. If I was told to only go on the easy, easy way, I would have done the 7th and 8th. Stepping stone The three-term legislator (14th, 17th, and 19th generation) is an important factor in understanding this person. It may be due to the fact that he has a view of politics outside of power as well as a view of politics within power. There must have been many temptations because he had been a political man for a long time, but he has never been involved in corruption, corruption or scandal.




It was because I had friends, comrades, and seniors who shared the same mind with me that I was able to live my life by keeping my values ​​relatively unwavering. He is a famous politician in the political circles who never leaves out condolences for the bad things of people he knows, but he secretly hides people.



"One of the things that this person values ​​is the quality of people, the quality of the people. Reporters also divide the people into those who are good and those who are not. When meeting someone, they always ask, 'How is this person?" If you look good, you meet, and if you don't like it, you don't meet." <Shin Jeong-rok, former Chosun Ilbo reporter> When



you look at your seniors and juniors and friends, you can see what kind of person this person is. When we enter, we go out and about. He is a comrade and friend who has been involved in political activities since the Hankyoreh Democratic Party. I asked Won Hye-young about this person's strengths



. He is not someone who puts personal interests first while working, but because he has such insight and good memory, seeing ahead of others and judging in a different direction is recognized by all of our seniors and juniors. It is a great asset to our politics, but it is a pity for me to quit politics a little earlier.”



Kim Bu-gyeom is a political comrade who has been with the Hankyoreh Democratic Party since the days of 1988 and a junior politician who has supported with expectations. Kim Bu-gyeom is the dialogue and compromise he has dreamed of I expected that I would be able to do big politics.



-Isn't your favorite junior politician Kim Bu-gyeom, Prime Minister?


“Leaving likes and dislikes, we have shared our destiny since we were young… So we’ve been together for thirty years since 1988. The political philosophy is the same… Kim Bu-gyeom struggled too, but this time as Prime Minister, he went down to the countryside to live a rural life. I think my wife wants it. I don't think I want to become a member of the National Assembly anymore. I think I'll run for office in Daegu again..."




I was curious to see what senior Yoo In-tae would look like to my juniors, so I sent a text message to Prime Minister Kim Bu-gyeom, but there was no reply as to whether the government was busy or not.



9. To borrow this person's expression, having spent more than 30 years in the political realm, which is both a muddy field and a bullshit, muddy water must have splashed on this person too, and the bad smell of the political world must have permeated his body. It was not easy to detect such a thing only with the conversation that lasted for over three hours and the subsequent round of supplementary coverage. Moon Hee-sang said that this person is not without flaws, but that many strengths overshadow those shortcomings.



You are free to meet anyone. There is no point in words or actions. Far from fierce fighting spirit or desire. There is an innate reluctance to say something fancy, and there is a sense of authority, such as a dog or a lord, and he speaks with an open heart. nothing to shiver So for journalists, he is a good reporter, and he still is.



Today's outfit was neat. The combination top and pants, as well as the shoes, came out with matching colors. It was a little later than the scheduled time, but he said he would come to the dressing room and put on his makeup. He was a person who hated putting powder on his face as well as his own life. I felt the touch and advice of my wife, Hye-kyung Lee, who came from Ewha Womans University's athletic field. You care about how you look to others. It seems that he only started to enjoy the situation in which he became the main character after he was more than seventy years old.




<This interview was conducted in the form of a two-on-one interview with Mok-dong SBS on September 24th with Man-Hee Yang, editorial board member>



※ The full video of the interview with former lawmaker In-Tae Yoo will be uploaded to the SBS News YouTube channel at 8:25 PM tonight.          

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