Round-up: Today’s top stories in the morning papers in Korea (April 11, 2017)
1. The legal representative of Park Geun-hye found that they were relieved of their responsibility after prosecutors release information to media. They said they were unable to meet the former president, adding that there must be a circumstance but could not hide their disappointment.
The president who does not listen to public voice will not listen to you.
2. Moon Jae-in, the presidential candidate from Minjoo Party, says no military action should be allowed in Korea without South Korea’s consent, and he will stop the war on Korean Peninsula by putting his eggs in one basket. He adds that the fate of the Korean Peninsula will not be decided by another’s hands.
I do not think Moon provides the solution to the problem even if he stakes everything he has. What is Moon going to bet next time?
3. Ahn Cheol-soo, the presidential candidate from People’s Party, faces growing pressure from the ruling party and media to clarify the allegations about the refusal to notify his daughter’s property. Ahn answered that Koreans know what is an allegation and what is negative to the question, “Are you willing to open your daughter’s assets to the public?”
Does Ahn think whether I will wonder his daughter’s property or not? I am one of the Koreans.
안철수 딸 재산
안철수 딸 안설희