The main opposition People Power Party launched Thursday a task force to probe allegations that Gyeonggi Gov. Lee Jae-myung gave preferential treatment to an asset management company that pocketed dividends in a development project in Daejang-dong.
An employee checks next year’s calendar at a printing press in Jung District in Seoul on Tuesday. Korea has a busy year in 2022 starting with the presidential election on March 9 and local elections to be held on June 1.
From left, presidential hopefuls of the ruling Democratic Party (DP), Lee Jae-myung, Kim Doo-kwan, Lee Nak-yon, Park Yong-jin and Choo Mi-ae, take part in a primary event held at the CJB Convention Center in Cheongju, North Chungcheong, on Sunday.
Former Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-youl, a frontrunning conservative presidential candidate, unexpectedly joined the main opposition People Power Party (PPP) Friday afternoon.
Jeju Gov. Won Hee-ryong declared his presidential bid as an opposition candidate for next year’s election Sunday, vowing to upend everything done during the Moon Jae-in administration.
Choe Jae-hyeong, the former chairman of the Board of Audit and Inspection (BAI), joined the main opposition People Power Party (PPP) Thursday, another step in his bid to compete in next year’s presidential election.
Some 200 people gathered at a rally calling for Choe Jae-hyeong, former head of the Board of Audit and Inspection, to run for president in front of the Seoul City Hall Monday afternoon.
Former Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-youl announced he is running in next year’s presidential election.
Choe Jae-hyeong, head of the Board of Audit and Inspection [BAI], tendered his resignation amid speculation that he will run for president.
Young politicians from nine political parties hold a joint press conference on Tuesday in front of the main building of the National Assembly announcing their plan to abolish the minimum age requirement of 40 years old...