Yun Seok-yeol's camp fires special advisor Kim Seong-hoon over controversy over 'Cheonan'

윤석열 전 검찰총장. 윤창원 기자윤석열 전 검찰총장. 윤창원 기자윤석열 전 검찰총장. 윤창원 기자 Former Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-yeol. Reporter Chang-Won Yoon​ Former Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-yeol’s camp announced on the 7th that it had dismissed Kim Seong-hoon, the National Unification Committee’s special advisor for national unification, the previous afternoon, who caused controversy over the rude remarks related to the Cheonan.

In a separate statement this morning, the former president’s camp said, “The National Camp fired Kim from the National Integration Special Advisory Committee yesterday afternoon.” I would like to express my apologies,” he said. And “The sinking of the Cheonan was the work of North Korea, and the love of the country The national camp’s position is clear that the spirit of sacrifice should be remembered and inherited.
윤석열 전 검찰총장. 윤창원 기자 A controversial article posted on SNS by former Special Advisor Kim. Kim Seong-hoon, former National Integration Special Advisor Facebook Capture

Former Special Adviser Kim said to former captain Choi, “Thank you, Act quietly,” was revealed and became controversial. In addition, recently, on Facebook, Lee Jun-seok, the representative of the People’s Power, was referred to as a “bastard” and posted abusive language.
Previously, Yoo Seung-min’s camp said, “What kind of candidate Yoon is? Because he has a security officer and a view toward North Korea, are you entrusting security to someone who despises the soldiers who gave their lives for the country?

Former Jeju Governor Won Hee-ryong also commented, “Camp appointment is in line with the candidate’s national values ​​and philosophy.” I urge you to come up with a procedure,” he said. Choi Jae-hyeong, the former chief of the Board of Audit and Inspection, also sniped, saying, “Is it a political show that Yoon met and comforted the family of the Cheonan ship?”

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