China News Service, September 23. According to Yonhap News Agency, the South Korean parliamentary and political meeting ended on the 22nd, and the ruling and opposition parties launched a fierce confrontation over issues such as the head of the Democratic Party and the opening of the Blue House of the former presidential palace.

  According to reports, the opposition Common Democratic Party "besieged" Prime Minister Han Deok-soo around events related to President Yin Xiyue.

The ruling National Power Party has emphasized that it will launch a judicial investigation into the Doosan Group's sponsorship of Seongnam Football Club (FC), which is involved in Democratic Party leader Lee Jae-myung.

  Regarding the opening of the Blue House, the ruling and opposition parties also launched a war of words.

Citing the results of the Blue House's visitor survey, the Democratic Party questioned Park Pu-kyun, Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism, about the need for a new cultural space.

On the contrary, the National Power Party emphasized that the opening of the Blue House should not be reduced to the subject of party disputes.

  It is reported that the 400th regular session of the South Korean National Assembly will hold a four-day political inquiry meeting from the 19th to the 22nd to question the work of various departments of the new government.

This is the first political meeting held since the establishment of the Yin Xiyue government.

Government officials including Prime Minister Han Deok-soo, Minister of Justice Han Dong-hoon, Minister of Administration and Security Lee Sang-min, and Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Park Pu-kyung were questioned by the National Assembly on educational, social and cultural issues.