Gyeyang-eul, Incheon, is a by-election area for the National Assembly, which has a lot of interest along with the local elections.

The People's Strength candidate, who claims to be a local native, is running against the last presidential candidate and the Democratic Party's general election chairperson.

This is Kim Hyung-rae, a reporter in the sixth order of the battlefield public sentiment.


It is the so-called 'garden' of the Democratic Party, where Seoul mayor Eul and Song Young-gil held five terms in Gyeyang-gu, Incheon, and in this by-election, the Democratic Party's presidential candidate Lee Jae-myung, who was the presidential candidate for the general election, has emerged as the most interesting area.

The People's Power sent out candidate Hyung-sun Yoon, a native of the region who lived in this area for 25 years.

The first local issue that the residents of Gyeyang-gu picked was the expansion of transportation facilities.

It is the gateway area of ​​Incheon, which is adjacent to Seoul, but it lacks public transportation such as subways.

[Seulbum Kim / Gyeyang-gu, Incheon: This place is close to the subway station, so you have to walk for more than 10 minutes.

Even if I go to nearby Incheon, I feel like I go back a bit.]

Candidate Jae-myung Lee promised to connect the Airport Railroad from Gyeyang to Songpa in Seoul and also connect Line 9 to Gyeyang Station.

Candidate Hyung-sun Yoon also promised to directly connect Line 9 to the Airport Railroad and build an additional subway station on the Incheon Ring Line.

There were also many requests to expand jobs and cultural facilities rather than leaving Gyeyang as a 'bed town' for commuting to Seoul and Incheon.

[Yeongho Lee / Gyeyang-gu, Incheon: The area right now is just so outdated.

This is why I started (applying) a few years ago, but nothing has changed.]

This is why the two candidates are both committed to attracting large companies to Gyeyang Techno Valley and developing the Gyeongin Ara Waterway.

There were mixed advocacy and criticism regarding the candidacy of Lee Jae-myung, who had no ties to Gye Yang-eul.

[Hyung-woo Choi/ Gyeyang

-gu, Incheon: Anyway, because politicians think and act for the sake of politics, I have nothing to judge on that part.]

It’s been less than a few days, but from the perspective of Gyeyang-gu residents, I feel like I’m coming to find some leftover tickets.]

Here’s how candidate Lee Jae-myung’s promise to relocate Gimpo Airport, which has quickly emerged as an issue between the ruling and opposition parties, will affect local votes. Variable.

(Video coverage: No. 1, Video editing: Seong-won Ha)