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Today (30th) is Seoul for the last time, in order to listen to the public opinion of the major winners ahead of the local elections.



Reporter Kang Min-woo listened to the voices of voters in Seoul who are highly interested in real estate policies.



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In addition to its symbolism, the mayor of Seoul, the capital city, is the only head of a regional government to attend the State Council meeting, and thus has a great impact on overall state affairs beyond municipal administration.



Democratic Party candidate Song Young-gil, who served as a five-term member of the National Assembly, plays the role of checking and balancing the Yun Seok-yeol government, and candidate Oh Se-hoon, who is challenging the fourth-term mayor, emphasizes stable administration through government cooperation.



What choices will the citizens of Seoul make?



The candidates I supported and the reasons were slightly different,



[Park Sang-eun/Gangseo-gu, Seoul: I filmed it once.

If one side is suddenly pushed, there is a difference, right?]



[Lee Young-gyun/Seoul Gangseo-gu: Oh, I am supporting Mayor.

If we merge with the current government and do well...

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All men and women of all ages agreed on the need to solve real estate problems.



[Song Ji-young / Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul: I hope that the real estate problem can be taken care of.]



[Jong-wook Lee / Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul: In the end, the most urgent priority is now housing policy…

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In particular, there were many voices calling for a tangible policy reform.



[Lee Jae-won / Jongno-gu, Seoul: Everyone talks a lot about it from a policy point of view, but I hope it can be felt.]



Candidate Song promised to supply 410,000 housing units through tax reform such as the abolition of the comprehensive real estate tax and development of real estate Naegok-dong and Guryong Village. Candidate Oh advocates shortening the period of redevelopment and reconstruction projects and supplying Seoul-style high-quality rental housing.



Expectations and concerns crossed over the redevelopment policies proposed by both candidates.



[Byeon Woo-seok / Guro-gu, Seoul: The housing side seems to have a structure where the price is lowered only when the supply is good...

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[Jeon Dong-pyo / Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul: (Construction) Cost has risen a lot, so what will happen?

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The share is burdensome. To be honest.]



The mayor's virtue that the Seoulites I met valued as important was 'listening'.



[Park Yun-ju/Gangseo-gu, Seoul: It is a wish that you always open your ears and accept (citizen’s voice) so that it flows well like water.] The



last three terrestrial surveys before the ban on public opinion poll results were Song Young-gil 31.2%, Oh Se-hoon 53.6% The final score report will be released two days later, whether Candidate Song's turn over or Candidate Oh's hardening.



(Video coverage: Choi Jun-shik, video editing: Lee Seung-jin, CG: Kang Kyung-rim·Lee Yeon-hee)

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