The President's office received a complaint today (30th) against Democratic Party spokesman Kim Eui-gyeom, who raised suspicion that Mrs. Kim Kun-hee was involved in stock price manipulation of other companies besides Deutsche Motors.

Spokesman Kim said welcome and insisted on revealing the truth through a special prosecutor.

This is reporter Kim Ki-tae.


The executive officers of the Presidential Office appear in the Civil Affairs Office of the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency.

The President's office today filed a complaint against Democratic Party spokesperson Kim Eui-gyeom for defamation, who raised suspicions of stock price manipulation against first lady Kim Kun-hee.

Spokesperson Kim raised suspicion of another Mrs. Kim's involvement in manipulation through a written briefing on the 27th.

In November of last year, during the trial of the Deutsche Motors case, I heard as a basis that it was mentioned that the accounts of Mrs. Kim and Mrs. Kim's mother were used for stock trading of 'Our Technology' from 2010 to 2011.

The President's office said, "There is no evidence that the 'our technology' event that Spokesman Kim claimed is 'Operational Owner', and there has never been any accusation or investigation."

"It is malicious to repeatedly announce the conclusive 'fake news' that 'the president's spouse's stock price manipulation allegations have been revealed' without even the slightest fact," he emphasized.

Spokesman Kim said yesterday about the accusation policy, "We welcome and request a special prosecutor's investigation, not the police or prosecutors."

In November of last year, Democratic Party lawmaker Jang Kyung-tae, who raised suspicions of lighting photos of a tour of Cambodia, was accused of defamation due to the spread of false information.

(Video coverage: Joo Beom · Choi Dae-woong, video editing: Park Jeong-sam)