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“If it weren’t for the ROK-US Mutual Defense Treaty and land reform, it would have been very different from what it is now.”

Old lawmakers’ ‘viewing certification’ relay… “The April general election is the second founding war.”

Dong-Hoon Han answering questions from reporters

Dong-Hoon Han answering questions from reporters

(Seoul = Larose.VIP) Reporter Ahn Chae-won and Kim Chi-yeon = There is an increasing number of people in the ruling party, the People Power Party, who are certifying that they have seen the documentary film ‘National Foundation War,’ which sheds light on the life and political career of former President Syngman Rhee.

Emergency Response Committee Chairman Han Dong-hoon also watched the movie on the 12th, and the leadership of the ruling party also seems to be trying to promote a ‘nation-founding war’.

On this afternoon, Chairman Han watched the ‘National Foundation War’ with some officials from the emergency committee chairman’s office at a movie theater in Yeouido, Seoul.

The film focuses on highlighting the achievements of former President Lee, the founding president, such as his youthful independence movement, his belief in liberal democracy, and land reform during his term in office.

In a meeting with reporters after the tour, Chairman Han said of former President Lee, “He is a person who made very crucial and important decisions at the right time and in the right way for the Republic of Korea to come to this point.” He added, “Without the ROK-U.S. Mutual Defense Treaty and land reform, the Republic of Korea would not have existed.” “It would have been very different from now,” he said.

He continued, “I don’t think everything about him should be glorified. However, there was a very important decision of the times, and we need to think carefully about that decision.” He added, “Thanks to the ROK-US Mutual Defense Treaty, our country is now so safe, and thanks to land reform, we have a full house.” “It has changed from a country of entrepreneurs to a country of entrepreneurs,” he emphasized.

Chairman Han, who came to the movie theater wearing a jumper, jeans, and sneakers, responded to citizens’ requests to take pictures after finishing the movie.

At the Jeju Forum of the Korea Chamber of Commerce and Industry in July last year, a scene from Chairman Han’s lecture citing the land reform of the Syngman Rhee administration in 1950 as a representative government policy that laid the foundation for Korea’s economic growth was inserted into the film, and some citizens said to Chairman Han, “I enjoyed the movie.” “He reportedly said hello.

Previously, ruling party lawmakers had encouraged viewers to watch movies by leaving movie reviews during the Lunar New Year holiday on social media.

Rep. Park Soo-young pledged, “The general election this coming April is the ‘second founding war.’ The liberal right must win and restore our proud history of nation-building, industrialization, democratization, and advancement.”

Former Minister of Patriots and Veterans Affairs Park Min-sik also wrote, “I hope that the political leaders of the Republic of Korea should not be buried in a one-eyed view of history, but should objectively view Syngman Rhee’s achievements as engineering and science as exaggeration.”

Meanwhile, Chairman Han criticized Democratic Party of Korea floor leader Hong Ik-pyo, saying, “The ’86 (1980s class, 1960s born) liquidation theory advocated by the People Power Party is the logic of pro-Japanese factions that disparaged independence activists,” and called activist politicians within the Democratic Party as independence activists. Regarding the comparison, he countered by saying, “What kind of independence activist passes around an envelope of money and swears in a room salon?” and added, “It is an expression that insults independence activists. The privileged forces of the movement cannot be compared to independence activists.”

chaewon@yna.co.kr

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