Today (23rd), the 13th memorial service of the late former President Roh Moo-hyun will be held at Bonghama Village.

Ahead of the June local elections, all leaders of the opposition and opposition parties are expected to gather in Bonghama Village. 

Correspondent Lee Hyun-young.


People's Power Leaders such as Lee Jun-seok, permanent election chairman, and Kwon Seong-dong, floor leader, will attend the 13th anniversary of former President Roh Moo-hyun this afternoon.

Following the 5.18 Gwangju Democratization Movement commemoration ceremony, it is expected to emphasize the meaning of integration by showing the appearance of 'Party Government General Assembly'.

In the Democratic Party, former President Moon Jae-in personally attends a memorial service for the first time in five years, and figures from the opposition parties such as General Election Committee Chairman Lee Jae-myung and Joint Vice Chairman Yun Ho-jung and Park Ji-hyun gather together.

With the memorial service as an opportunity, we plan to turn the tide of local elections by gathering supporters.

People's Power Lee Jun-seok, chairman of the election committee, continues to strengthen his vote for the vegetable garden in the Yeongnam area today as well as yesterday.

He is driving the wind as the ruling party by stating the results of the Korea-US summit meeting.

[Lee Jun-seok/People's Power Standing Election Chairperson: One president has changed, but Korea-US relations are stronger than ever and this time, I came to Korea first before going to Japan.]

Democratic Party Chairman Park Ji-hyun concentrates on attacking the metropolitan area, such as Gyeonggi, which is a battleground.

The Yoon Seok-yeol administration emphasizes the choice of 'competent workers', calling them 'amateur'.

[Yun Ho-jung / Democratic Party Joint Emergency Response Committee Chairman: I made an amateur president.

He is an amateur in security and an amateur in diplomacy.

It is obvious, even if it is only for the people, that they are amateurs.]

Kim Dong-yeon of the Democratic Party, who are competing for the position of Gyeonggi governor, and Kim Eun-hye of the People's Power will face off in a TV debate tonight.

The Justice Party leadership will attend a memorial service for former President Roh Moo-hyun today, and will try to expand its borders in Gyeongnam and Daegu.