10 citizen representatives, including Taegeuk warrior Jo Gyu-seong, will attend the first bell-ringing event in three years.

Today (27th), according to the Seoul Metropolitan Government, it was announced that citizen representatives were selected for the ringing event held face-to-face for the first time in three years under the theme of 'resonance in the heart, the beginning of hope'.

The citizen representative was selected in seven fields, including a person who promoted national prestige as a national representative, a person who kept our neighbors righteous and safe, and a person who overcame difficult circumstances and achieved results in their field.

Cho Kyu-seong, who belongs to Jeonbuk Hyundai, who

founded ,

was also included.

Another national representative was

Park Ji -won, who won three gold medals in the 4th round of the Short Track World Cup, and Lee Sang-ryul, the head of the

Korea Aerospace Research Institute

, who was responsible for the successful launch of Nuri, which heralded the rise of the world's 7th largest space power, was

also named.

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In addition, 'Representative of Seoul Firefighters' Kim Joon-kyung,

Fire Chief of Gangnam Fire Station ,

Nguyen Tam Ding


Kim Dong

-joon, who won the Seoul Welfare Award and Volunteer Award, respectively , and Choi Young-


, who made headlines for cleaning a drain clogged with trash alone in the heavy rain in Gangnam Beltway in Seoul last August.

Mr. Eunhye

Jung, an artist who

appeared in the drama 'Our Blues' as a person with developmental disabilities, Sukjeong Koo, the Seoul branch manager of the Korea War Soldiers and Police Widows Association,



Kim, a

public relations ambassador for the Seoul Metropolitan Government,

 were selected as citizen representatives.

In anticipation of the crowds at the event, the city of Seoul announced that it had installed 330-inch vehicle screen electronic display boards in each location to ensure citizen safety, which can also be viewed at Gwanghwamun Square and Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP).

From 9:00 pm on the 31st, the day of the event, to 1:30 am the next day, the roads around Bosingak will be completely closed, and between 11:00 pm and 1:00 am the next day, the subway will pass through Jonggak Station on Line 1 without stopping.

In addition, public transportation will be extended until 2:00 a.m. on January 1st to return home after the event.

Information on traffic control sections and public transportation according to the event can be found on the Seoul Traffic Information website (http://topis.seoul.go.kr) and mobile (http://m.topis.seoul.go.kr). there is.

Joo Yong-tae, head of Seoul Metropolitan Government's cultural headquarters, said, "We have thoroughly prepared the event so that citizens can safely and happily greet the New Year."