‘Baseball fanatic’ Yoon Seok-yeol, KS 1st match intuition… “The president younger” 2030 courtship

People’s Strength Presidential candidate Yoon Seok-yeol greets baseball fans as he moves to watch the match between the Doosan Bears and KT Wiz in the first game of the Korean Series held at Gocheok Sky Dome in Guro-gu, Seoul on the 14th. Parliamentary photojournalists

On the 14th, Yoon Seok-yeol, the presidential candidate for People’s Strength, wore a baseball jumper and watched a professional baseball Korean series game. In addition, he promised to lower the age of running for president, which is currently over 40, and started to capture the votes of the 20th and 30th generation. Candidate Yoon appeared at the Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul, where the first game of the Korean Series, a match between Katie Wiz and the Doosan Bears, was held on the same day. It was not a schedule to meet with the voters, but as a baseball fan, I came to ‘intuit’ the game. He wore a blue baseball national team jumper and a black Korean Series commemorative hat. Candidate Yoon met with reporters at the baseball field and said, “Since elementary school, I have been a baseball fanatic to the point where I sit down to class with baseball gloves under a chair when I go to school. Every time I received a local assignment, I cheered for the local team.” Candidate Yoon continued, “I said that I wanted to see a little bit because it was possible to watch with Corona, and the camp gave me a schedule. It feels very good to watch a baseball game with the people who have been afflicted with Corona 19 in the fall when the weather is nice,” he said. Candidate Yoon shook hands with the young men he met at the baseball field that day and took pictures. Through the image of enjoying sports, they are continuing to expand their skinship with the 20 and 30 generations who have emerged as casting boats for this election. Candidate Yoon made a promise the day before that he would lower the right to run for president. He wrote on his Facebook page, “Young people, why don’t you become Korea’s Obama or Macron?” “If I become president, I will consider lowering the current age of 40 for the right to vote for president.” The right to run for president is the lowest in France at 18, followed by the United States, Brazil, Austria and India at 35. Candidate Yoon said, “In Korea, it should be lower than it is now. Of course, since it is a matter of constitutional amendment, we will discuss it with the National Assembly based on the national consensus.” This is a promise in line with the lowering of the age to run for National Assembly members (from 25 years old to 18 years old), which was recently initiated by the power of the people. It is interpreted that he was courting youth votes in a way that revealed his intention to lower the threshold for political participation by lifting the age limit. A number of policies aimed at youth votes are included in the ‘silk bag’, a presidential election strategy prepared by Lee. On the 8th, CEO Lee said that he advised candidate Yoon on the development of an application that informs the location of the car wash so that young people can come and speak, and how to promote the candidate’s promise as a web drama. A party representative’s office official said, “The strategies for attacking the 20th and 30th generation, which are comparable to the rally for the Seoul mayor’s by-election, where a large number of young people have climbed, are contained in a silk bag. By Jang Na-rae, staff reporter [email protected]


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