Jinin ongong-Kwon, a professor of liberal arts at the University of Oriental Studies, said: "I made a note that the son of the former secretary of the country was listening to my lecture. The uploader ID was Professor Jung King-sim. It is a lecture on "Teaching Baekam-Democracy for Truth" held at the Teaching College of Seoul National University on the 14th.
Professor Jinin said in a statement that the allegations that Mr Joe's children had an internship were incorrect. He added that he expressed gratitude for his son's son, saying: "I have never learned such a lecture." He also noted that the internship program at Dongyang University is designed to be used by students at Punchi-eup (Dongyang University) who have difficulty accessing Seoul.
Kim Jong-sheol, a professor of Korean language education at the lecture, said: "Jinin first mentioned that the value of journalism is changing in the era presented by YouTube." "When I asked what I wanted to do, I pointed out that there was a lack of healthy debate and I naturally talked about Joe's case." Professor Kim added in a statement that "the former son's sentiment was raised under Jung's ID card", he added.
In addition, Professor Jinin said: "Initially, the party opposed Joe's appointment, and when I was criticized, I decided to go out and convince people, but the party changed its mind." I paid. ”Then Professor Jinin refused to flee the party's conviction.
Professor Jinin also said: "The government has said the opportunity is equal, the process is fair and the result is fair. Anyone can do an internship at Seoul National University or the first author of the dissertation. Is going to college just a result? “
He also mentioned the Seo-dong rally in Seoul, which supports Joe. Professor Jinin said: "At a rally in Seo-dong, one speaker said:" Professor Kyung Kyung Jim is an English scholar who graduated from Seoul National University. I Got It Does It Mean Justice? "" What did our kids (oriental students) do? "He said. “Our students are victims of forgery. Why should I be offended? “
By Lee Byeon-Jun, staff reporter email@example.com