People's Power Presidential candidate Yoon Seok-yeol visits the Cheonan Independence Memorial Hall on the third day of his visit to the Chungcheong region. Yesterday, I visited Cheongju and pledged to promote the passage of the metropolitan railroad through Cheongju, and began to openly recruit the youth assistant station of the predecessor.

This is Hwa Kang-yoon, staff reporter.


Candidate Seok-Yeol Yoon visits the Independence Hall of Korea in Cheonan, Chungcheongnam-do, on the last day of his visit to the Chungcheong region.

After that, we plan to continue our pro-youth activities by visiting Asan Polytechnic University in South Chungcheong Province and the youth street in Sinsa-dong, where we can meet and hold meetings with young people.

People's Power candidate Yoon Seok-yeol, who visited Cheongju Airport yesterday, said that he would expand regional transportation infrastructure such as railroads and airports.

At the same time, he made a promise tailored to the region to promote the establishment of a wide-area railroad passing through downtown Cheongju.

[Yoon Seok-yeol / People's Power Presidential Candidate: The wide-area railroad is actually for daily commuting, so of course it has to pass through the densely populated Cheongju city center... .]

He visited an electric vehicle battery manufacturer, emphasizing 'R&D support for nurturing small and medium-sized enterprises', and said that he would meet with entrepreneurs and cultural artists in the 2030s and have young people directly participate in the establishment of youth policies.

Through SNS, we promised to openly recruit 'Youth Assistants' to serve as advisors at each headquarters of the Election Response Committee for young people under the age of 35.

Justice Party candidate Shim Sang-jung visits regional headquarters in Ulsan and Busan, respectively, to meet union members and greet workers in front of Hyundai Motor Company.

Candidate Ahn Cheol-soo of the People's Party will chair the first meeting of the election committee today and will appear on Internet broadcasts to talk about education issues, such as the college admissions system.