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the ceremony of Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon, all five-day funerals were finished. The remains of the deceased
went to Jangnyeong, Changnyeong, their hometown after finishing makeup.

 This is reporter Kim Sang-min.


Today's (13th) Seoul Mayor Go Won-soon, held at the Seoul City Hall at 8:30 am, was broadcast live online with only about 100 people, including survivors and politicians, considering the issue of the Corona 19 prevention.

Following the screening of the memorial video that summarized the life of the deceased, the investigation by the co-funeral chairman Baek Nak-cheong, Lee Hae-chan, and Seo Jeong-hyup continued.

[Lee Hae-chan/In addition, Democratic Party leader: Human Rights Lawyer Won-soon Park paved the way for a barren civic movement. In broad terms, it was also a symbol of the Korean civil society movement.] At the

incense burner installed in front of the city hall, over 20,000 people visited the incense burner over the course of the weekend, and over 1.7 million were dedicated to the online incense burner.

However, the controversy continued, with over 560,000 people agreeing to the Blue House National Petition against Mayor Park's funeral.

The survivors who completed the ceremony at the City Hall and the officials of the funeral committee moved to Seoul Memorial Park and cremated the deceased.

Mayor Park left a word to spray on his parents' oxygen after he cremated in Yuseo, and the remains of the deceased were moved to his hometown, Changnyeong, Gyeongnam.

Changji, located in Changnyeong, was closed to the media, and Park Hong-geun, chairman of the funeral committee, said the tomb would be prepared simply in the form of a slightly raised stick according to the will of the survivor.