Yesterday (13th), major opposition and presidential candidates completed their registration of candidates all at once.

Looking at the contents reported while registering as candidates, candidate Ahn Cheol-soo had the most wealth, and candidates Lee Jae-myung and Yoon Seok-yeol all reported that they were exempted from military service.

Reporter Hong Young-jae reports.


Among the major presidential candidates, the candidate who reported the most wealth was Ahn Cheol-soo of the People's Party, with a total of 197.98 billion won.

Most of Candidate Ahn's fortune is 1.86 million shares of AhnLab, or 183.95 billion won.

People's Power Candidate Seok-Yeol Yoon reported about 7.74 billion won, and his fortune is 840 million won, while his wife Kim Kun-hee's fortune is 6.9 billion won.

Democratic Party candidate Lee Jae-myung reported 3.21 billion won, including more than 1.3 billion won in apartments and savings accounts in Bundang-gu, Gyeonggi-do.

Justice Party candidate Shim Sang-jung reported assets worth 1.4 billion won.

Among the four major presidential candidates, there has been no arrears in the past five years, and in relation to military service, only candidate Ahn Cheol-soo reported that he served in the military as a naval surgeon in 1991.

Candidate Jae-myung Lee was exempted from military service due to an arm disability he suffered as a boy soldier, and candidate Yoon Seok-yeol was found immobile during the military service test.

In the case of criminal records released from a fine of 1 million won or more, candidate Lee Jae-myung reported three criminal convictions during his time as a lawyer, including impersonating a prosecutor and driving under the influence.

Candidate Sang-Jeong Shim was convicted of two criminal convictions, including one year in prison and two years of probation, as the instigator of a labor union strike case in Guro, Seoul in 1993.

Candidates Seok-Yeol Yoon and Cheol-Soo Ahn did not have criminal records.