South Korea: Poor 100-day record for President Yoon Suk-yeol – Politics

Yoon Suk-yeol wants to be a president for all people in the country. But the ex-public prosecutor is suspicious of opposing opinions, and he is alienated from the reality of ordinary people. Above all, he causes quarrels and confusion.


Thomas HahnSeoul

Seoul has changed since Yoon Suk-yeol became South Korea’s president. This is particularly evident at the foot of Bugak Mountain in Jongno District. The magnificent complex of the Cheongwadae, the Blue House, extends here. Since the founding of the Republic of Korea in the southern part of the Korean Peninsula in 1948, it has been the official seat and residence of the President. Then came March 2022. Ex-prosecutor Yoon won the election and, against all odds, immediately followed through on his promise to give the Blue House back to the people.

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