On the 19th, Lee Jun-seok, the representative of People’s Strength, rebutted the allegation that he received a scholarship unfairly by participating in a government project that he was not eligible to apply for while serving in the military.
On the same day, CEO Lee released the application submitted to the 2010 Ministry of Knowledge Economy software maestro course trainee selection on Facebook.
He said, “In the application form, ‘Industrial Skilled Personnel’ is written exactly like this. I didn’t hide it somewhere, I just wrote it all down in the basic information column.” He explained, “I wrote it after asking the Information and Communication Industry Promotion Agency to write it like that.”
This refutes the suspicions raised by the ruling party lawmakers that Lee, who had already graduated from university and was serving as an industrial technical agent, was falsely participating in a national project for university and graduate students.
Earlier, on the 18th, Kim Yong-min, a member of the ruling Democratic Party of Korea, raised suspicions of preferential treatment toward Lee, arguing that “it could go beyond obstruction of business and constitute fraud.” Rep. Kim Nam-guk also said, “Isn’t it a violation of the service rules for industrial technical personnel?”
CEO Lee pointed out, “I applied by specifying that I was a graduate, and the graduates were also mentioned in the announcement of successful applicants, so I should have recognized the nonsense of forgery of private documents and obstruction of business.”
He continued, “There is a lot of talk about falsifying a certificate of enrollment, but since I am advocating for the forgery of an immoral person, I think you know that forgery of certificates is as frequent as in movies.”
He continued, “Those who have been making rumors about forgery of private documents or obstruction of business will watch wherever they go and respond separately when the tour is over.” It may be possible, but politically, you will have to take responsibility,” he said.
By Kim Kyung-ho, staff reporter [email protected]
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