Democratic Party Candidate Jae-myung Lee is on a four-day, three-night schedule to help people live in Honam. People's Power Candidate Yoon Seok-yeol started the election without Kim Jong-in, former chairman of the platoon.

Reporter Yoo Soo-hwan reports.


Democratic presidential candidate Lee Jae-myung visited Honam on the so-called 'Minsaeng Bus' for 4 days and 3 nights.

Candidate Lee, who started his schedule in Mokpo, Jeollanam-do, this morning (26th) visited a traditional market and met citizens.

[Lee Jae-myung / Democratic Party Presidential Candidate: You will tour Gwangju and Jeonnam by Mata Bus. People, I greet you, and I listen to a lot of what you say and reflect it in our policies… .] In the

afternoon, we move to Shinan and visit the apron of 'Doctor Helicopter', an emergency medical system for island villages, and listen to the needs of residents, such as 'expansion of dedicated take-off and landing sites'.

People's Power Presidential Candidate Yoon Seok-yeol met with Kim Byung-jun, chairman of the permanent election this morning.

Regarding the composition of the election committee, there were observations that Kim Jong-in, who was one of the conflicting factors in the conflict between Candidate Yoon and former non-chairman Kim Jong-in, might be stepping down, but he took the position that "I will carry out my duties diligently."

Yesterday, Candidate Yoon confirmed the five chiefs of the election committee and the special director, but Kim Jong-in, who was trying to recruit as the general election chairperson, was missing.

[Yoon Seok-yeol/People's Power Presidential Candidate: It is a bit difficult if the election campaign is delayed, and it is a situation where we have to run while saving every minute and every second...


Justice Party candidate Shim Sang-jung held a meeting with female soldiers at the National Assembly to discuss the issue of sexual violence in the military, and People's Party candidate Ahn Cheol-soo announced a comprehensive youth pledge to make Korea a land of opportunity for young people.