Jeong Seong-ho, “The couple, Jae-myung Lee, have known each other for over 30 years… Very good soon”

Democratic Party presidential candidate Lee Jae-myung and his wife Kim Hye-kyung attend the inauguration ceremony of the 20th Presidential Election Countermeasures Committee of the Democratic Party of Korea held at the KSPO Dome in Seoul Olympic Park in Bangi-dong, Songpa-gu, Seoul on the afternoon of the 2nd. Parliamentary photojournalists

On the 11th, Democratic Party lawmaker Jeong Seong-ho, a close aide to the Democratic Party presidential candidate Lee Jae-myung, said about Lee’s relationship with his wife, Kim Hye-kyung, on the 11th, “Geumseul is very good.”

In an interview with CBS Radio’s that day, Rep. Jeong answered the moderator’s question, ‘How is Kim Hye-kyung’s body?’, saying, “I don’t know the exact circumstances, but I think that such a thing happened because of accumulated overwork. Weird rumors and fake news are rampant, but they are unfounded,” he said.

Kim collapsed at his home in the early morning of the 9th and was transported to the emergency room and then underwent a laceration surgery at a plastic surgery clinic. Rep. Lee, who has known Lee for 34 years as a member of the 18th class of the Judicial Research and Training Institute, is considered one of Lee’s aides.

Rep. Jeong said, “The wives and families of politicians shouldn’t even get sick. Rep. Jeong said, “I have known Jae-myung Lee and Hye-kyung Kim for nearly 30 years, but they are very good friends.

Rep. Jeong also said, “(Mr. Kim) doesn’t like her husband’s politics very much.” When asked by the moderator, ‘Have you been actively helping?’, Rep. Jeong answered, “I am active because I have a great sense of responsibility and mission as a spouse, but it is true that there is always a lot of pressure on my heart.” “My wife also said that I was ‘frauded’ because she said I was in politics,” said Rep. Jeong.

Rep. Jeong said that the Democratic Party plans to take tough measures against rumors surrounding Mr. Kim. “We are preparing to take strong measures against malicious fake news or rumors that are too strange,” said Rep. Jeong.

Reference-www.khan.co.kr

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