While critics point out that this presidential election is an unprecedented ‘unlikely presidential election,’ a strange commentary comparing Yeouido’s political circles through K-POP at Kim Dong-Yeon’s camp draws attention.
On the 1st, Spokesperson Song Moon-hee of Kim Dong-Yeon, former deputy prime minister’s camp, commented, ‘No. Eighteen of Yeouido’s political sphere as seen through K-pop’ and explained, “From now on, it will be announced every week.”
In this commentary, Spokesperson Song compared Lee Jae-Myung, the Democratic Party candidate, to a’a glass of makgeolli’ sung by singer Kang Jin and indirectly criticized it, saying, “My father, who was worried about the election to run for president, the youngest son who was rumored to be in the neighborhood.”.
Regarding candidate Yoon Seok-yeol for the People’s Power presidential candidate, he compared it to singer Ok-hee’s ‘I don’t know, saying, “I don’t know, where did President Lee go?”
Next, he satirizes Shim Sang-Jung, the presidential candidate of the Justice Party, saying ‘Bong Seon-Hwa coalition (Hyun-Cheol),’ saying, “The Democratic Party (Democratic Party + Justice Party) solidarity that seems to explode when you touch it.”
Ahn Cheol-soo, the candidate of the People’s Party, mentioned, ‘I wish I appeared on TV (a nursery rhyme).’
Kim Jong-in, former chairman of the People’s Power Emergency Response Committee, compared it to a ‘traitor (Bae-ho)’ and Lee Jun-Seok, the representative of the People’s Power, compared it to a ‘top (Kim Jin-young).’
Regarding candidate Kim Dong-Yeon, referring to the song ‘Change’ sung by singer Jung-Hyun Lee, he emphasized, “Everyone is crazy. Who is cursing who? Change, change, change everything. Change, change. Change the world.”
Spokesperson Song said, “Ahead of this presidential election, many people are pointing their finger at it as a ‘Wang Biho (gam) election.’ He explained, “The national annoyance index only increases with the ‘let’s die and live’ style of a candidate who is not prepared and who is not prepared.” He said, “It is time to abandon the third-class politics that only give the people despair and compete with the policy and vision to create a ‘prosperous Republic of Korea’ that gives hope to the people.”
On the other hand, in a survey on the favorability of presidential candidates, more than half of the answers of unfavorable candidates were found to be higher than favorable feelings.
As a result of a survey of 1,027 voters aged 18 and over nationwide for two days from the 25th to the 26th of last month by K-Stat Research, commissioned by the Hankyoreh newspaper (confidence level of 95%, sampling error ±3.1% points, refer to the National Election Commission), Candidate Jae-Myung Lee (55.3%), Candidate Seok-yeol Yoon (57.3%), Sang-Jeong Shim (61.2%), and Candidate Cheol-su Ahn (68.5%) answered ‘I do not like them.’