Lee Nak-yeon, who finished second in the Daejeon and Chungnam primary, the first regional round of the Democratic Party’s presidential election, announced on the 4th, “I will make up for my shortcomings.”
At the Daejeon Convention Center on the same day, former president Lee met with reporters shortly after the announcement of the election results and said, “I humbly accept the choices of party members in Daejeon and South Chungcheong Province. I think my shortcomings have been exposed.”
“Today’s result is the choice of 50,000 out of 2 million electors,” Lee said. There is still a long way to go,” he said.
When asked about the remaining competition strategy, he simply said, “I will do my best.”
On the same day, former representative Lee took second place after the governor in voting for rights party members and delegates. The total number of votes was 7007, which was 27.41%. It showed a difference of about 27 percentage points with this branch.