Earlier this month, after the university hospital majors stopped the strike, fourth-year medical students who had been silent made a position to take the doctor's national examination.
The government said there was no change in its policy that it could not provide additional opportunities.
Reporter Nam Joo-hyun.
Representatives of 4th grade medical schools and medical schools across the country announced that they would like to take the national examination for doctors in a joint statement.
He also said that he would return to his original position and ask for the public's interest and support to establish a healthy medical environment.
This is the first time that medical students across the country have officially announced their intention to retake the national exam.
Of the 4th graders of medical school who have acted as a group with the medical community in opposition to the government's expansion of medical school quotas and the establishment of public medical schools, more than 2,700 students missed the extended retake application period, and the exam began on the 8th.
Medical students continued their group action until the very end, and only declared their return to study on the 14th.
The Korean Medical Association has pressed the Ministry of Health and Welfare to respond with forward-looking measures so that the students can return to their positions, saying that the ball has now passed to the government.
The Ministry of Health and Welfare replied that it is not a situation where an opportunity can be given only by expressing a willingness to take the exam, and that issues of equity and fairness with other national exams should be considered comprehensively.
It is also a mountain to overcome negative public opinion about medical students' rejection of exams.
The government is in the position that even if 2,700 doctors are less produced next year due to the failure of medical students to take the exam, there will be no major disruption if the placement is adjusted around essential fields.
(Video coverage: Joo Yong-jin, video editing: Kim Jun-hee)