Inauguration ceremony of ‘Balance Ladder Incheon Headquarters’ with former Prime Minister Chung Sye-kyun, 34,000 people as promoters
Rep. Kim Gyo-heung, former president Ki-woo Lee as permanent representative
Former Prime Minister Chung Sye-kyun recently announced his candidacy for president. (Photo = Jeong Se-kyun’s official blog)
[Korea News Correspondent Lee Jeong-gyu] 34,000 local figures including Kim Gyo-heung (Incheon Seo Gu-gap) of the Democratic Party of Korea and former Talent University President Lee Ki-woo as permanent representatives at the inauguration ceremony of the ‘Balance Ladder Incheon Headquarters’ with former Prime Minister Jeong Sye-kyun, who became the next presidential candidate Women participate as promoters. According to the Incheon headquarters of the Balancing Ladder on the 26th, the launching ceremony will be held at the Best Western Incheon Royal Hotel located in Namdong-gu, Incheon on the afternoon of the 26th.The Balancing Ladder Incheon Headquarters symbolizes the ‘ladder politics’ of former Prime Minister Chung Sye-kyun, who overcame a poor childhood and served as a 6-term politician as the Speaker of the National Assembly and even the Prime Minister. Through the ladder of the future that former Prime Minister Jeong will create for the people, it contains the meaning of climbing together into an era of bold recovery and a strong Republic of Korea. The event was attended by Rep. Kim Gyo-heung (Incheon Seogu-gap), Yoo Dong-su (Incheon Gyeyang-gu-gap), Maeng Seong-gyu (Incheon Namdong-gu-gap), Lee Seong-man (Incheon Bupyeong-gu-gap), and Heo Jong-sik (Incheon Dong-gu Michuhol-gu-gap), who belong to the Democratic Party of Korea. do.
In addition, Rep. Kim Young-joo (Seoul Yeongdeungpo Gugap), Lee Won-wook (Hwaseong-si, Gyeonggi-do), Kim Kyung-man (proportional representative), and Yang Kyung-sook (proportional representative) will also attend.
During the event, former Prime Minister Jeong will reveal his policy vision in the form of ‘Listen to Chung Sye-kyun’.
In the Incheon headquarters of the Balancing Ladder, opinion leaders from all walks of life in the Incheon area are participating.
The organization’s advisors are Assemblyman Lee Seong-man (Bupyeong-gu, Incheon), Park Sang-gyu (Bupyeong) former lawmaker, Shin Shin-yong (Gyeyang) former lawmaker, Lee Ho-woong (Namdong-gu) former lawmaker, Ahn Gyeong-soo, former president of Incheon National University, former president of Incheon Metropolitan City Volunteer Center, Jeon Myeong-gu Former bishop president of the Korean Christian Methodist Church, Incheon Diocese religious director, Guyangsa Temple, Nam-gu, Incheon, and Yonggungsa Temple governor Neunghae.
In addition, Beopmyungsa Seonil, the head of the military sect of the Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism, Kim Ki-duk, president of the Incheon Christian Federation, Kim Yong-bok, the governor of the Catholic Church, Koh Choon-ho, former Ongjin-gun, Kim Hak-kwon, former president of the Incheon Business Federation, and Kim Hak-yu, chairman of the Incheon Ganghwa-gun Silver Chairman, will also serve as advisors.
Rep. Kim Gyo-heung and former president of Jae-jae University, Lee Ki-woo, will participate as standing representatives.
Co-representatives include Ahn Seung-mok, former chairman of Incheon Management Forum, Park Gyu-hong, former Incheon Michuhol-gu Regional Chairman, Lee Jung-hee, Incheon City Women’s President, Kim Hong-bok, former Incheon Jung-gu Commissioner, Seo Jong-guk, Incheon University Professor, Jung Moon-ik, Incheon City Honam Hyangwoo Chairman, Park Tae-gap, Incheon Friendship Forum CEO, Kim Jong-yun The secretary general of the Democratic Party of Incheon City will participate
The advisory panel includes Seo Dong-man, Chairman of Incheon Small and Medium Venture Business, Shim Young-soo, former chairman of Incheon Bucheon Gimpo Federation of Small and Medium Business Convergence, Lee Heon-gu, chairman of Incheon Bucheon Gimpo Federation of Small and Medium Business Convergence Incheon Bucheon Gimpo Federation, Kim Choong-shin, Incheon Seo-gu Executives Council Chairman Bae Jeong-kwon, DCRE CEO Bae Cheol-hyeon, Nam Song Oriental Clinic President Yoo Seok-hyung The village head, Lee Soon-deuk, chairman of the Incheon Women’s Employers Association, Kim Jang-seong, chairman of the Incheon Seo-gu Resource Recycling Complex, Lee Soon-jong, chairman of the Incheon Small Business Federation, Kim Jong-ha, former co-representative of the Incheon Economic Training Institute, and Kim In-hwan, the Incheon representative of the Open Society Citizen’s Forum, will serve as advisors.
Incheon National University Seo Jong-guk, Kim Seong-hee, Chae Jin-seok, Kim Ho, Na In-su, Kim Hyun-woo, Yoon Byung-jo, Moses Jong, Lee Seong-gyu, Park Soo-jeong, Son Min-ho, Inha University Professor Shin Han-yong, Inha University Lecturer Song Su-jin, and Inha Engineering Prof. Kim Sang-wook were named on the list of supporters for the Incheon Regional Faculty.
Incheon Regional Opinions supporting Jeong Se-kyun include Kim Eui-shik, chairman of the Incheon City Sarang Association, Cho Sang-beom, Incheon City Community Chest of Korea, Song Chun-gyu, Incheon Seo-gu Council Chairman, Lim Ae-sook, Incheon Namdong-gu Council Chairman, Yoon Hwan, former Chairman of Gyeyang-gu, Incheon, Shin Deuk-sang, Incheon Ganghwa County Council Chairman Shim Ho-shik The 15 representatives of national labor unions, Shin Kyung-joo, the 20 representatives of national labor unions, and Park Gyeong-rae, former representatives of Incheon, are participating.
In addition, Park Byung-man, former chairman of the Incheon Regional Headquarters of the Federation of Korean Trade Unions, Kim Young-tae, former chairman of Seoun Industrial Complex, Gyeyang-gu, Incheon, Kim Hong-bok, former Incheon Jung-gu mayor, Jang Seong-suk, Incheon Nurses Association President, Lim Young-bae, Incheon Jeollabuk-do (Gyeyang) President, Hong Jong-jin, Incheon Small Business Federation President, Oh Jin-young, Incheon Small Business Federation President , Lee Sang-bok, former chairman of Incheon Metropolitan City Ganghwa County Council, Han Yeon-hee, Democratic Party Special Chairperson for Ganghwa Development, Jeon Jae-hee, former Ganghwa Celebration Co-Chairman, Kim Ki-shin, former Incheon Metropolitan City Council President, Ryu Su-yong, former Incheon Metropolitan City Council Chairman, Bae Sang-rok former Incheon Michuhol-gu Council President, Kim Young-ok former Incheon Seo-gu Council Chairman, Min-sik Hwang, chairman of the Incheon Dong-gu Business Association, Min-cheol Kim, chairman of Dong-gu Saemaeul branch in Incheon, Hoon-yong Lee, president of Dong-gu Golf Association in Incheon, and Young-hwan Kim, chairman of Hwadojin Saemaeul Geumgo in Dong-gu, Incheon, will be present.
In addition, Cho Eun-joo, chairperson of the Civil Society of Dong-gu Social Security Council in Incheon, Noh-cheol Noh-cheol, president of Seocheon Saemaeul Geumgo, Seo-gu, Incheon, Ahn Sook-hee, president of Incheon Broadcasting University Alumni Association, Kim Bong-su, senior vice president of Incheon Broadcasting University, Lee Byung-ho, former president of Incheon Broadcasting University, former president of Incheon Broadcasting University, Kim Gyu-cheon, former president of Incheon Broadcasting University, and Kim Ho-yong, former president of Incheon Broadcasting University , Choi Jae-hyun, former chairman of Namdong-gu, Incheon Metropolitan City, Park Jae-jong, former auditor of Incheon Multi-Housing Federation, Jeong Jong-hwan, former GM Korea Labor Union Chairman, Lee Nam-mook, former GM Korea Labor Union Chairman, Lim Han-taek, former GM Korea’s GM Korea Labor Union Chairman, Koh Nam-geun, former GM Korea Labor Union The chairperson, Lee Seon-ki, president of the Incheon City Academy Federation, Kwon Ki-seok, senior vice president of the Incheon City Academy Federation branch, Park Young-joo, the vice president in charge of policy of the Incheon City Academy Association, Lee Mi-ra, the vice president of the event in the Incheon City Academy Association, and Choi Young-sook, the vice president of public relations of the Incheon City Academy Association, will participate.
In addition, Kim Chil-gu, vice president of Incheon City Academy Federation Branch, Northern Area Vice President Jeon Sang-dong, Incheon City Academy Federation Branch, Vice President of Training, Kim Chun-hwa, Incheon City Academy Federation Branch Administration Vice President, Ko Seon-mi, Incheon City Academy Federation Branch Music Committee Chairman, Choi Joo-mi, President of Incheon City Academy Federation Music Committee Finance Ministry , Junghee Eom, Senior Vice President of Music Subcommittee of Incheon City Academy Federation Branch, Bongkyu Kim, Chairman of Computer Subcommittee of Incheon City Academy Association, Jinkyu Kim, Director of Computer Subcommittee of Incheon City Academy Federation Branch, Myungja Lee, Executive Director of Computer Subcommittee of Incheon City Academy Federation Branch, Jiyoung Yoo, Dance Director of Incheon City Academy Federation Branch Sub-Council Northern Vice President, Incheon City Academy Federation Branch East Vice President Lee So-jin, Incheon City Academy Federation Branch Eastern Vice President Jeong Nak-hyeon, Incheon City Academy Federation Branch Nambu 1 Regional Council President Choi Ho-cheol, Incheon City Academy Federation Branch Samsan Regional Council President Kim Hye-young, Incheon City Academy Federation Branch Dance Sub-Council President Ahn Jin-seok, Incheon City Academy The Yeongjong Regional Council Chairman of the Yeongjong Branch of the Union Branch also came out as an opinion in the Incheon region supporting Jeong Se-kyun.
Among the incumbent mayors and governors, Seo-gu mayor Lee Jae-hyeon, Namdong-gu mayor Lee Kang-ho, Dong-gu mayor Huh In-hwan, Gyeyang-gu chief Park Hyeong-woo, Jung-gu chief Hong In-seong, Kim Jeong-sik Michuhol-gu, and Jang Jeong-min Ongjin will participate.
Among the current city council members: Eun-ho Shin, Assemblyman Jo Seong-hye, Assemblyman Lee Yong-sun, Assemblyman Roh Tae-son, Assemblyman Kim Jong-in, Assemblyman Kim Jun-shik, Assemblyman Kim Sung-su, Assemblyman Jeon Jae-woon, Assemblyman Dong-ju Lim, Assemblyman Ahn Byeong-bae, Assemblyman Jo Kwan-hee, Assemblyman Jin-gyu Kim, Assemblyman Kim Jong-deuk, Assemblyman Kim Gang-rae, Assemblyman Kang Won-mo, Lawmaker Son Min-ho Rep. Kim Jong-deuk, Rep. Kim Hee-cheol, Rep. Park In-dong, and Rep. Koh Jon-su will participate.
Among the incumbent members of the district, Rep. Song Chun-gyu (A), Gangnam-Gyu (B), Jeong Young-Shin (A), Jeong In-Gap (A), Han Seung-Il (A), Shim Woo-Chang (B), Lee Soon-Hak (B), Jeong Jin-Sik (B) ), Choi Eun-soon (B), Kim Dong-Ik (A), Oh Heung-Soo (A), Ahn Ae-Kyung (A), Jeong Go-Man (A), Yoo Kyung-Hee (A), Gong Hyeon-Taek (A), Ma Kyung-Nam (A) ), Rep. Bae Sang-rok (A), Rep. Kim Jin-goo (B), Rep. Ahn-Ho Lee (B), Rep. Kim Young-Geun (B), Rep. Kim Ran-Young (A), Rep. Kim Soon-Ok (A), Rep. Lim Ae-Suk (A), Rep. Yong-Hwan Oh (A), Rep. Kim Yun-sook (B), Ki Hyung-seo (B), Cho Min-kyung (B), Cho Seong-hwan (A), Kim Kun-ha (Ganghwa), Kim Dong-shin (Ganghwa), Oh Hyun-sik (Ganghwa), Song Kwang-sik (Dong-gu), Kim Taek-seon (B) A total of 34,000 people participate as promoters, including lawmakers (Dong-gu) and Jeong Kyung-ae (Michuhol-gu).