Yesterday (6th), the first day of the presidential election, Democratic presidential candidate Lee Jae-myung argued that "the power of the people, the conservative media, and the construction forces have started to 'kill Lee Jae-myung'" in relation to the alleged development of Daejang-dong. People's Strength Presidential Candidate Yoon Seok-yeol visited the Garak Market in Seoul on his first official schedule and said he opposes the payment of the 'National Disaster Support Fund'.

Correspondent Koh Ji-hyun.


Democratic presidential candidate Lee Jae-myung went to the 'Youth Shared Housing', a space where people both live and work.

Candidate Lee promised to supply public housing on a large scale through government-led development of housing sites, and promised to give priority to young people.

[Lee Jae-myung / Democratic Party Presidential Candidate: The most vulnerable class is the youth class, but I'm reviewing now to allocate some ratios to the young people preferentially according to the spirit of coercion and weakness... .]

Candidate Lee visits Seojin School, a public special school for intellectual disabilities today, and holds a parent-teacher conference, and in the afternoon attends an emergency inspection meeting related to urea water with the party leadership.

Yoon Seok-yeol, the People's Power presidential candidate, went to the Garak Market in Seoul early yesterday morning.

As a presidential candidate, he has set his first official schedule as a move for people's livelihood.

We focused on 'selective payment of loss compensation concept', making it clear that we oppose the promotion of additional payment of disaster aid to the entire nation.

[Yoon Seok-yeol / People's Power Presidential Candidate: We have to approach it from the point of view of loss compensation to compensate for damage, 'You shouldn't approach it that way (I think)]

Candidate Yoon, who did not have a special schedule today, focused on creating a one-team team by referring to the candidates Hong Jun-pyo, Yoo Seung-min, and Won Hee-ryong, who were the primary rivals, on his SNS as 'candidates for regime change'.

Justice Party presidential candidate Shim Sang-jung criticized the giant bipartisan candidates, saying, "There is a risk that candidate Lee Jae-myung will go into an administrative dictatorship and Yoon Seok-yeol will go into operative politics."

Ahn Cheol-soo, the presidential candidate of the People's Party, held a book concert today with Jin Joong-kwon, a former professor of Dongyang University, presided over the Korean innovation debate.