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People's Power Presidential candidate Yoon Seok-yeol entered the official schedule, starting with a visit to the Seoul National Cemetery. Democratic Party presidential candidate Lee Jae-myung will attend the startup policy meeting and continue to target the younger generation.



This is reporter Yoo Soo-hwan.



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Candidate Seok-Yeol Yoon visited the Seoul National Cemetery for the first time since being elected as a candidate for the People's Power presidential election.



After visiting the Hyeonchungwon, I wrote in the guestbook, "I will open an era of national victory by upholding the will of the ancestors."



Candidate Yoon did not visit the grave of the former president, but only paid a visit to the Memorial Tower.



Candidate Yoon then presides over the top committee of the People's Power and attends the closing ceremony of the primary camp in the afternoon.



After Yoon Seok-yeol was elected as the party candidate, he focused on planning the election strategy without holding a separate external schedule over the weekend.



Democratic Party presidential candidate Lee Jae-myung will attend the startup policy meeting and continue to target the youth and future generations.



Candidate Lee will meet with the founders, listen to industry issues and suggestions from the field, and come up with a policy plan.



In the afternoon, after visiting the general director of the Jogye Order, Wonhaeng, he visits the Korean Federation of Churches and meets with religious leaders one after another.



Candidate Lee also presides over the meeting of the Party's Central Election Countermeasures Committee to be held at the National Assembly in the morning ahead of the external schedule.



Candidate Jae-myung Lee presided over an emergency inspection meeting for the Democratic Party to prepare countermeasures against the urea water crisis yesterday and said, "There is a story of a kind of 'China risk' caused by monopolization of supply lines."  

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