China News Service, March 22. According to Yonhap News Agency, on the 22nd, a survey released by a South Korean polling agency showed that nearly 60% of South Koreans oppose President-elect Yin Xiyue’s move of the presidential office to the Ministry of Defense building.

On the same day, Park Soo-hyun, the first secretary of South Korea's Blue House and the people's communication, said that the Blue House does not oppose Yin Xiyue's relocation of the presidential office, but the two sides need to negotiate on the issue of possible gaps in national defense and security affairs.

On March 20, local time, South Korean President-elect Yoon Seok-wyeh held the first press conference after the establishment of the Presidential Handover Committee, and announced the "Blue House Presidential Office Relocation Plan".

Yin Xiyue announced that the Office of the President will be moved to the Ministry of Defense Building.

  According to reports, the South Korean polling agency Media Tomato conducted the above survey on 1,018 adults in South Korea from March 19 to 20.

The results showed that 58.1% of the respondents believed that "the President's Office should remain in the Blue House" and did not support relocation.

On the other hand, the proportion in favor of relocation accounted for 33.1%.

  On the same day, Park Soo-hyun, the chief secretary of the Blue House’s communication with the people, said that the Blue House does not oppose the relocation of the Presidential Office. The Blue House believes that the relocation of the President’s Office can be successfully completed by May 10, but national security affairs may be blank due to the relocation of the Presidential Office. issues must be resolved, so the two sides need to negotiate on this.

  It was previously reported that Yin Xiyue announced on the 20th that the presidential office would be moved out of the Blue House and moved to the Ministry of National Defense Building in Yongsan District, Seoul.

This move not only aroused the concern of South Korean political parties, but also caused opposition from the South Korean people. Many people petitioned the Blue House, hoping to prevent the presidential palace from being moved out of the Blue House.

At the same time, the cost of relocation has also raised questions.

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