Reply to Bae Hyun-jin after receiving voice from Kim Moon-soo. What kind of redhead is this?
Former Gyeonggi Province Governor Kim Moon-soo personally reported the “negative” news as a result of a new coronavirus infection test (Corona 19). Cha Myung-jin, a former lawmaker of the minor opposition Future United Party who was confirmed to have attended the Gwanghwamun rally together, said in a comment that he was relieved.
Former Governor Kim said on Facebook on the 20th, “I went to the hospital this morning and tested the corona virus, and the result was negative. Thank you” left a short message. Then, Cha commented, “Thank God.”
The two reportedly attended a massive rally in Gwanghwamun on the 15th. Former lawmaker Cha underwent a corona 19 test at a health center in Gapyeong, Gyeonggi Province, on the 18th morning and was confirmed positive at around 4 a.m. the following day. Earlier, he said, “Don’t worry, we don’t move corona outside, so don’t worry. “Don’t believe that a red dog is lying,” he said.
At that time, Kim tried to take the subway at the National Assembly station with a person involved in Sarang First Church who violated the self-price guidelines, but had a scuffle with a police officer who asked for his company. According to the video clip released by him, former governor Kim protested to the police officer, saying, “Why are you asking me to go when I’m Kim Moon-soo?” “What do you think of people?” “Since when did the Korean police care about other people’s health,” and “I did it three times as a lawmaker.”
Later, he posted on Facebook that he was subject to a forced checkup because he went to the Sarang First Church worship service. “Where is this ‘corona excuse dictatorship’ in the world?” “It’s disturbing to think that I’m not the only one who will be subjected to such absurdities under the pretext of corona.”
On the same day, former Governor Kim also responded to the public attack of Rep. Bae Hyun-jin of the Unified Party, who criticized the controversy. Earlier, Rep. Bae wrote, “It is frustrating and sad to watch the news of some people who refused to take action for the prosecutor,” adding, “Is it difficult to conduct the prosecutor?”
In response, former governor Kim expressed displeasure, saying, “I never thought it would be difficult to conduct a prosecutor, and I didn’t say anything, but the opposition party spokesman said, “What kind of redhead is this?” “If the police officers ask me to go to the Corona test without providing any grounds for my return home late Sunday night, is he telling me to go with him?” he added. “I have no symptoms, but I have been tested for Corona myself.”