Regarding the suspicion that Ssangbangwool sent 3 million dollars to North Korea as funds for his visit to North Korea when he was governor of Gyeonggi Province, Lee Jae-myeong, representative of the Democratic Party, said, "It seems that a new novel by the prosecution has come out."

After meeting with reporters at the National Assembly and answering related questions, CEO Lee added, "It won't sell well given my previous creative skills."

Regarding the suspicion of the development of Wirye and Daejang-dong, he did not answer the question of whether the date of re-appearance at the prosecution was coordinated.

Previously, it was reported that former Ssangbangwool Group chairman Kim Seong-tae delivered a total of 8 million dollars to North Korea in a prosecutor's investigation, which was for Gyeonggi-do's North Korean smart farm support project and Lee Jae-myeong, then governor of Gyeonggi-do, for a visit to North Korea.

The Democratic Party's Prosecution Dictatorship and Political Oppression Countermeasures Committee also issued a position statement titled 'The prosecution's novel writing, is this material a double drop?'

The countermeasures committee said, "The fact that former Chairman Kim paid for Governor Lee Jae-myeong's visit to North Korea is absurd considering the situation at the time." Does that make sense?" he pinched.

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