The main opposition People Power Party's presidential candidate Yoon Suk-yeol held a closed-door dinner meeting with PPP lawmaker Hong Joon-pyo on Wednesday to ask for Hong's support with his election campaign.
The ruling and opposition parties are resorting to negative campaigning tactics with just around 50 days left until the presidential election, revealing private phone calls of family members and engaging in muckraking.
The ruling and opposition parties are showing mixed reactions to a series of phone calls between Kim Keon-hee, wife of People Power Party (PPP) presidential candidate Yoon Suk-yeol, and a reporter, which were made public Sunday.
People's Party presidential candidate Ahn Cheol-soo has seen a boost in recent approval ratings, prompting speculation that a coalition with the People Power Party (PP), which has struggled in recent polls, could once again be on the cards.
Kim Chong-in, general chairman of the main opposition People Power Party's (PPP) election campaign committee, warned people claiming to be close to presidential candidate Yoon Suk-yeol against “overstepping” their boundaries Thursday.
Former Prime Minister Lee Nak-yon agreed to formally join the Democratic Party's (DP) election campaign committee after a meeting Thursday with Lee Jae-myung, the ruling party's presidential candidate.
Kim Chong-in said Wednesday he will work to regroup and helm the main opposition People Power Party's campaign after the party's chief, Lee Jun-seok, abruptly announced he will step down from all his positions in the election committee.
Lee Jun-seok, head of the People Power Party (PPP), said Tuesday he will step down from all his positions in the main opposition party's presidential election campaign committee amid a heated feud with a senior PPP official.
The main opposition People Power Party (PPP) formally launched its election campaign committee Monday with veteran politician Kim Chong-in newly on board as its general chairman, putting aside differences to back presidential candidate Yoon Seok-youl
Daesang, one of the leading food companies in Korea, won two prizes for its Ahnjuya ad campaign at the Korea Advertising Awards this year, the company announced Thursday.