Organizations related to May 18 criticized the fact that the late former President Chun Doo-hwan's wife, Lee Soon-ja, apologized for her mistake today (27th) and that it is difficult to find sincerity.

Lee Ki-bong, secretary general of the May 18 Memorial Foundation, said in a media call today, "Mr. and opened his mouth.

He continued, "I feel like I'm apologizing reluctantly because I was kicked out at the last minute. I don't feel sincere." "I had many opportunities to apologize during my lifetime, and I would have done it before the situation where it was difficult for Mr. criticized.

He added, "I think it is a reluctant apology in a situation where the public's antipathy is severe and there is not a single pyeong of land on which the body was cut."

Kim Myung-hoon, president of the May 18 survivors' family, also said, "There is no sincerity. Wasn't he trying to escape from the atmosphere?"

Chairman Kim said, "It would have been best if the deceased had apologized, but wouldn't it be right for the family to make a formal apology through a press conference after this (the funeral) is over? Even if he became the head of the state, the people did not actively oppose it,” he said.

He emphasized, "All 10 fingers hurt, but there must be a side that soothes even one little finger."

Lee Soon-ja, who appeared as the representative of the bereaved family at the funeral today, said, "I want to especially apologize on behalf of my husband to those who have suffered and been hurt during my husband's tenure." used to do it," he said.

This is the first time that Mr. Jeon has apologized for his mistake.

Mr. Lee also said that Mr. Jeon left a will not to build a grave, but to sow it where the northern land can be seen.

(Photo = Yonhap News)