Power of the People, the party leader has not appeared in public for the second day. CEO Jun-seok Lee canceled the official schedule today (the 1st) as well without contact.

Reporter Won-kyung Park and CEO Jun-seok Lee went to Busan, but has anything been confirmed since then?

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was confirmed that CEO Lee Jun-seok visited Suncheon, Jeollanam-do this afternoon after spending two days in Busan.

It is a Hong Gil-dong-style move that crosses Yeonghonam, but now it is said that he has left for another place.

Representative Lee suddenly visited the local office of Rep. Jang Je-won, who is considered to be a close aide to presidential candidate Yoon Seok-yeol in Busan.

I had a conversation with the watchers in the ownerless office and took a commemorative photo, but these two are entangled in a bad relationship.

Representative Lee is surprised at the report that Representative Jang is exercising his real power even after he declared the white-collar army, and he has been criticized. .

Representative Lee said that it has not yet been decided when he will go up to Seoul, but if he does not even attend the meeting of the election committee tomorrow, chaos within the party is expected to reach a takeover point.


Candidate Seok-Yeol Yoon must have been asked questions about this situation, but what did you answer?


Candidate Seok-Yeol Yoon, who was digesting the schedule for Chungcheong Province, met with reporters, and interpreted Lee's actions as refreshing, that is, recharging.

Let's hear it for yourself.

[Yunseokyeol / the national forces candidates: various disagreements with these issues will in any number may be, find a consensus Would it not democratic party again naahganeun]

'll think about going up to Seoul about whether to meet or contact directly with representatives said.

There seems to be no sharp solution, and while there are many criticisms of this representative on the bulletin board of party members, such as sprinkling red pepper powder ahead of the presidential election, there are also quite a few articles worrying about division, saying that the support for 2030 is all gone.

Some even say that it is reminiscent of the so-called 'sealing wave' in which then party leader Kim Moo-seong went to Busan due to the conflict of nominations in the 2016 general election.

(Video coverage: Kim Heung-gi·Kim Nam-seong, Video editing: Park Soo-seon)