In-young Lee as Minister of Unification… Director of National Intelligence Service Jiwon Park-Electronic Newspaper

National Security Officer Seo Hoon
In the diplomatic and security advisory, Jong-Seok Lim and Jeong Yong-yong

On the afternoon of the 3rd, President Moon Jae-in appointed Deputy Representative Lee In-young (from the right), New Security Officer Seo Hoon, National Intelligence Service Director, and Park Ji-won, Kim Dae-jung Peace Center Vice President.  yunhap news
<문재인 대통령이 3일 오후 신임 통일부 장관에 더불어민주당 이인영 의원(오른쪽부터), 신임 안보실장에 서훈 국가정보원장, 신임 국정원장에 박지원 김대중평화센터 부이사장을 내정했다. 연합뉴스>

The Blue House replaced the government diplomacy and security policy.

On the 3rd, spokesman Kang Min-suk, a Blue House spokesman, said in a briefing, “President Moon has been appointed to the House of Representatives Lee In-young, Minister of Unification today.” The head of the National Security Office will appoint the Director of National Intelligence Service, Seo Hoon. As candidates for the National Intelligence Service, former candidate Park Ji-won has been nominated, and Special Assistant for Foreign Affairs and Security will appoint former secretary-general Lim Jong-suk and national security chief Jeong Yong-yong.

Candidate In-Young Lee, Minister of Unification.
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Candidate Lee In-young, a fourth-generation lawmaker from a democratization activist, has rich experience and expertise in inter-Korean relations, including the Democratic Party’s Chairman of the Inter-Korean Relations Development and Unification Committee. Cheong Wa Dae said, “Based on the expertise and experience gained in the field and in the legislative activities, we have creatively and creatively resolved the deadlocked inter-Korean relations, dramatically progressing the recovery of trust between the two Koreas, and without compromising the national task of cooperation and reconciliation between the two Koreas and denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. “It is the right person to promote,” he said.

Seo Hoon Head of National Security Office.
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Seo Hoon, National Security Officer, is a diplomatic and security expert from the National Intelligence Service. He has been leading the NIS reform by designing a commitment to the diplomatic and security field of the Moon government and abolishing the domestic intelligence officer system when he served as the head of the NIS. By establishing a close network with high-ranking foreign and security officials from the United States and Japan, we have successfully planned and coordinated current issues, such as the summit of North and South America.

Park Ji-won, candidate for the National Intelligence Service.
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Candidate Park Ji-won, a candidate for the National Intelligence Service, is a politician with a career in the 4th National Assembly. It has helped to reach an agreement on the inter-Korean summit in 2000, and the current government has a high degree of expertise in North Korea, such as providing advice on inter-Korean issues.

Jong-Seok Lim, Special Advisor for Foreign Affairs and Security.
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Special Assistant for Foreign Affairs and Security, Im Jong-suk, is a former member of the re-election parliament, and has served as the first President of the President of the current government, providing insight and governmental capabilities in general affairs. In the field of diplomacy and security, he will have various experiences and expertise to serve as a presidential advisor on related issues.

Justice Special Advisor for Foreign Affairs
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Special Assistant for Foreign Affairs and Security for Justice, Jeong Di-yong, served as a diplomat and a member of the 17th National Assembly’s Unification Foreign Trade and Commerce Committee and has been active in the field of diplomacy and security for over 30 years. In particular, he was appointed as the first head of the National Security Office of the current government and held a summit meeting between North and North America and contributed to the establishment of a peace process on the Korean Peninsula through close cooperation with the United States.

The head of the National Security Office and the Special Assistant to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Security will be appointed on the sixth of the earliest, and the Minister of Unification and the head of the National Intelligence Service will be appointed after a National Assembly HR hearing.

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