South Korean President Yoon Seok-wyeh's remarks on her visit to the United States are controversial, and the President's Office has decided not to take legal action against the media.
[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] South Korean President Yoon Seok-yue recently visited the United States, and when he attended the "Global Fund" meeting in New York, he was suspected of swearing in Korean, saying "If the (U.S.) Congress, the stinky bastards (rabbit) don't pass (donation). What should I do? Biden will be ashamed." Although the authorities clarified afterwards, it still caused great controversy in South Korea, and major media also contributed to the fire. After discussing this, Yin Xiyue's office decided not to take legal action.
According to Yonhap News Agency, senior officials in the South Korean presidential office said they had considered whether to file a lawsuit from various angles and had come to the conclusion that there was no need to file a lawsuit.
Others pointed out that it seemed preferable to have party insiders come forward in place of the president's office in response to attacks from opposition parties.
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It is understood that since Yin Xiyue took office, the Office of the President has never taken legal action against the media, and all walks of life in South Korea believe that although there is a need to find out the truth, it is not appropriate for the President to intervene in legal disputes.
In fact, even if Yin Xiyue's office does not appear, representatives of public opinion within the party and conservative civil organizations will complain to the media to achieve certain checks and balances.
In addition, in response to the controversy over Yin Xiyue's remarks, the South Korean President's Office clarified that what he said at the time was, "What if these stinky guys in the (South Korean) Congress do not pass and fail? It will be a shame." .