Kim Hyun-ah, a candidate for president of Seoul National Housing and Urban Corporation, resigned amid the so-called 'Neambul' controversy. The ruling party members have criticized the multi-housing problem, but the logic of the attack has returned to himself, who owns 4 real estate.

By Jung Joon-ho.


Kim Hyun-ah, a former member of the National Assembly in her 20s, raised her voice of criticism for the appointment of the Minister of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, who was the third homemaker.

[Hyun-a Kim / Former Member of the National Assembly (April 2019, National Assembly Steering Committee): What are the multi-family dwellers in the Moon Jae-in government? Wouldn't it be a problem for a multi-residential person to become a minister?] Then

, when he was nominated for the president of SH Corporation, he was immediately embroiled in the multi-family controversy.

Including an apartment in Gangnam-gu, Seoul with a market value of more than 2 billion won, including her husband's name, she owned four real estate properties.

In particular, at the personnel hearing, the explanation that 'asset formation was a privilege of the times' fueled the controversy.

[Yigyeongseon / Seoul Senator (last month on the 27th, SH Corporation President Candidate hearing): The candidate then people will geoneyo not?]

[Hyuna / SH Corporation President Candidate (last month on the 27th, SH Corporation President Candidate hearing) that, when now Rather, I think that it was easier to buy my own house and I received a kind of privilege of the times when housing prices increased and assets increased.]

Criticism of 'nae-nae-nae-bul' was poured out, and the opinion of the people that it was inappropriate to take a major step for stabilizing housing for the common people This came out.

When the Seoul City Council concluded that it was 'inappropriate' in the hearing report, candidate Kim promised to sell two real estate properties, but criticism did not subside.

In the end, Candidate Kim announced through SNS that he would resign, saying, "I'm sorry to the people."

The city of Seoul announced that it would find a new candidate that meets the public's expectations as soon as possible.

(Video coverage: Cho Chun-dong and Gong Jin-gu, video editing: Kim Jong-woo)