“Please tell me if it is a North Korean act” President Moon said to the screams of the Cheonanham fa

The victims survivor, who was victims of the Cheonan attack, blocked President Moon Jae-in and appealed, "Please tell me who the act was." President Moon faced an unexpected situation and was embarrassed.

On the 27th, President Moon attended the 5th West Sea Guard Day celebration held at the National Daejeon Hyeonchungwon, hosted by the National Veterans Administration. The West Sea Guard Day commemorates the 55 warriors who were victims of armed conflict between the two Koreas in the West Sea, such as the 2nd Yeonpyeong Naval Battle, the Cheonan naval bombing, and the Yeonpyeong Island shelling provocation. President Moon attended for the first time after taking office.

President Moon stopped the President by shouting “President” from the back as a survivor suddenly reached the beginning of the memorial ceremony and reached out to the incense in the order of wreaths and incense. The gray-haired grandmother in a raincoat is Yoon Cheong-ja (76), who left her youngest son, Min Pyeong-gi, on March 26, 2010, after being attacked by Cheonan. Yoon donated about 190 million won to the Blue House and the Navy, including compensation for death, in June 2010, just after the sinking of the Cheonan.

Mr. Yoon appealed, "President, President, please tell me who you are doing." He said, "There has never been any real confirmation that someone has been doing this."

President Moon said after stopping the incense for a while, "there is no change in the official position of the government."

“Other people do that to me. I dont know what this is. "I dont know if its done in Korea, but my heart crumbles." The President repeatedly asked me to clarify. ” President Moon said, “Dont worry,” after reading Mr. Yoon extensively, he continued his incense.

On March 26, 2010, the Cheonan naval ship was sunk by a torpedo attack of a North Korean submarine on the 26th of March 2010 at 9:22 pm. I got the cycle. The Defense Ministry announced that on May 20 of that year, the Cheonan was sunk by a torpedo launched from a small North Korean submarine.

The family members of Cheonans warriors, including Yoon, were known to have been saddened by the statement that President Moon had never said that the cause of the sinking of the Cheonan was in North Korea. The screams toward President Moon on this day also seem to have exploded.

The day of the ceremony was attended by 100 family members, including the family of the 2nd Yeonpyeong Sea Battle and the family of the deceased in the Yeonpyeong Island shelling attack, the family of the Cheonans attacked soldiers, and the family of the late Han Joo-ho, who died during the search.

At the memorial, President Moon said, “In the fork of life and death where bullets and shells fly, heroes fulfilled the mission of the soldiers until the last moment with unending fighting. The patriotism practiced by the heroes became the freedom and peace of the country. “With strong security that no one can surpass, we can lead the trust and cooperation of the international community on peace and prosperity on the Korean Peninsula.”

In the meantime, he mentioned the names of victims such as Joon-Ho Han, Sergeant Jung-Woo Seo, and Sergeant Moon Kwang-Wook. President Moon promised not to forget the dedication of the warriors, and said, “We will raise the prize allowance, which is the level of 16.3 billion won this year, to 5 billion next year, and will do our best to honor those who sacrificed and dedicated to the country.” I promised.



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