Last April 15, 2020 was our 21st National Assembly Election Day. Thanks to all the people who participated in voting, the 21st National Assembly Election’s vote-rate scored 66.2%, which is the highest vote-rate in the past 28 years. In this election, 2 candidates who graduated from SSU have been elected out of the 9 candidates.
The first candidate to be introduced is the alumnus Hwang Hee (Economics, 88). He is now 52 years old, and that was his second winning experience in the National Assembly Election, including the 21st since he won the 20th. He is currently a member of the Democratic Party. He ran for office of Seoul-YangChun-Gu, Seoul, elected with 78,196 (51.85%) votes.
The second candidate to be introduced is the alumna Yang KyungSuk (Korean Language and Literature, 81). She is now 57 years old, and she had an experience of winning the 1st and 2nd National Simultaneous Local Elections which were held in 1995 and 1998, respectively. She is currently a member of the Together Citizen’s Party. She ran for office of the Proportional representation parliamentary election and won.