Lee Jae-myung’s first recruit was ‘working mom in his 30s’

▲ The Democratic Party of Korea announced on the morning of the 30th that it had appointed Professor Cho Dong-yeon as the co-standing co-chair of the company in Yeouido, Seoul.

The Democratic Party presidential candidate Lee Jae-myung’s ‘former national election committee’ selected ‘working mom in 30’ Cho Dong-yeon, a professor of military affairs at Seogyeong University, as the first recruit. It is interpreted as a strategy to increase the support rate of 2030 women.

The Democratic Party of Korea announced on the morning of the 30th that it had appointed Professor Cho Dong-yeon as the co-standing election chairperson at the company in Yeouido, Seoul. Professor Cho, born in 1982, is concurrently the head of the Future Defense Technology Startup Center at Seogyeong University. After graduating from the Military Academy, he served for 17 years in the Iraqi Zaytun Division, the ROK-US Combined Forces Command, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Policy Planning Office, and the Army Headquarters Policy Office. are raising two children.

Candidate Jae-myung Lee said, “The problem of the young generation is a problem in our society.” He said, “The older generation did not worry about injustice and polarization, so we have to take responsibility beyond reflection for creating a reality in which young people fight side by side.” Song Young-gil, chairman of the Democratic Party of Korea, said, “I look forward to a role in helping women who are blocked by the glass ceiling have hope.” said. Professor Cho Dong-yeon said, “In general, the military is close to conservatives, but the selection criteria were based on the will of the leader, predictable and consistent policy, and the working party and leader.

Reference-www.labortoday.co.kr

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