It was discovered that one of the police officers who was attacked by a woman presumed to be a vocal supporter of Democratic Party of Korea leader Lee Jae-myung’s hunger strike at the National Assembly on the 14th was the head of President Yoon Seok-yeol’s security team during his presidential candidacy.
On the afternoon of the 26th, Kim Ki-hyun, leader of the People Power Party, visited the National Assembly Guard on the grounds of the National Assembly and encouraged Inspector Park Jeong-gu (51, male) and Inspector Lee Mo (29, female), who were injured during the incident. Sergeant Noh (31, female), who is recovering from surgery, was not present that day.
A, a female YouTuber in her 50s, caused an uproar in front of Representative Lee’s hunger strike site located on the second floor of the National Assembly at the time, shouting, “Why don’t you take Representative Lee to the hospital quickly?”
Then, when her police officers approached and attempted to stop Ms. A, Ms. A jumped up and took out her wrapped scissors from the front pocket of her bag.
He swore, “Don’t touch me, you bastards ,” and struck the police officer’s forearms with a weapon several times. This was confirmed only three times in the video.
Due to Mr. A’s rampage with a weapon, Inspector Lee was stabbed in the left hand and face, and Inspector Park was bitten on his right thigh메이저놀이터 and arm while trying to subdue him. Her most seriously injured was Sergeant Noh, whose right arm was cut by her stab wound and required surgery to stitch it up. He went on to say, “You can support a specific politician as much as you want, but intentionally attacking police with a weapon should never happen again,” and promised, “We will actively seek specific ways to prevent a recurrence.”
Representative Kim, who saw the photos of the police officers’ damage, said, “I came here because I thought it was not our party’s business and it was not a matter to remain silent,” and comforted him, saying, “As the representative of the ruling party who is responsible for the National Assembly, I am sorry.”
He added, “I hope that we will no longer become slaves or prisoners of people who go to extremes in politics.”
During Representative Kim’s visit that day, it was introduced that Inspector General Park Jeong-gu was in charge of security for President Yoon Seok-yeol when he was a presidential candidate.
Inspector Park served as head of Candidate Yoon’s security team 3 as part of the National Police Agency’s security department from February to March last year. It is said that he guarded President Yoon at the campaign site and accompanied First Lady Kim Kun-hee when she voted in advance.
Inspector Park told Representative Kim, “I will work hard to ensure the safety of the National Assembly and staff.”
Representative Kim later visited the National Assembly Guard situation room and physical training room to encourage workers. The Guard explained that this was the first time that a representative of the ruling party officially visited the National Assembly Guard building.