In response to the controversy surrounding the successive remarks of former Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-yeol, the leader of the People's Power, the Yun Seok-yeol camp has started to evolve.

Rep. Kim Tae-ho, who joined as the co-election chairperson of the Yun Seok-yeol camp, recently explained about the controversy over the photo of former Prosecutor General Yoon's 'dog apology', "It doesn't mean that I see the people like a dog, I'm just expressing my apologies to even a dog who looks like a child."

Rep. Kim, who appeared on a radio program today (25th), responded to the host's question, 'There is a controversy that former President Yoon utters one remark a day (once a day)' “It doesn’t seem like an accident,” he said.

He also said, "Since I'm telling the story in my heart, it can become a false statement, but the important thing is that it may come out again in the future."

"However, I get the impression that we are progressing and developing meaningfully step by step," Kim added.

Regarding the controversy over the 'dog apple' photo, Rep. Kim said, "There are more than 10 million people who have companion dogs. Didn't Candidate Yoon also say that he thinks of dogs like children. there," he said.

He added, "It doesn't mean that I see the people like a dog, but I am expressing my regrets even to a dog who treats me like a child."

Meanwhile, former lawmaker Kim Kyung-jin, who served as a special adviser for foreign cooperation at the Yun Seok-yeol camp, also explained on another radio program about the controversy surrounding Yun's 'supporting Chun Doo-hwan' remarks.

Former Rep. Kim said, "Today, there is a debate in Daejeon and Sejong, and once every other day, four times are left. As soon as the last debate was over, I went to Gwangju right away and said something that could be misunderstood as defending Chun Doo-hwan, to the citizens of Gwangju and Honam. I will apologize," he said.

"Anyway, if you go and criticize the people, you have to be offended as they scold you," he explained.

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