President Yoon Seok-yeol
President Yoon Seok-yeol

  President Yoon Seok-yeol will officially take office as the 20th president of the Republic of Korea on the 10th and start the "first day" as a pushover.

President Yoon began his term at 0 o'clock on the same day by taking over the command of the military at the National Crisis Management Center under the presidential office in Yongsan and receiving reports of readiness from the Joint Chiefs of Staff. At the same time, a bell-ringing event was held at Bosingak in Jongno to announce the start of President Yoon's Following the countdown, 20 national representatives and ordinary citizens rang the bell 33 times to announce the launch of the new government.

President Yoon, who spent the first night of his term at his private residence in Seocho-dong, Seocho-gu, will visit his wife Kim Gun-hee and head to the Seoul National Cemetery at around 10 a.m. on the same day to offer flowers and incense to the Memorial Tower. He will then attend the inauguration ceremony in the front yard of the National Assembly. "Again, Korea!" Under the slogan "A New Nation of People," the inauguration ceremony will be attended by 41,000 people, including former and current presidents and bereaved families, parliamentary and government officials, representatives from all walks of life, diplomatic envoys and invited ordinary people.

President Yoon will walk 180 meters from the entrance of the National Assembly to the podium in front of the main building. The inauguration ceremony will take place for about an hour from 11 a.m. After Prime Minister Kim Bu-gyeom congratulates, when President Yoon comes out to the protruding stage in front of the podium and takes an oath of office, military bands and honor guards march, and 21 salute shots are fired.

Yoon will then read his inaugural address. Based on the spirit of the times of fairness and common sense, the government will express its intention to restore free democracy and market economy in the market. When the inauguration ceremony is over after the celebration performance, President Yoon will first send off President Moon Jae In and his wife and then leave by greeting the participants.

Before starting work in the new presidential office in Yongsan, President Yoon will stop by nearby shelters and children's parks to talk freely with local residents through town hall meetings. It is an event to show the president visiting and communicating with the residents in personally.

In the afternoon, he will meet a diplomatic envoy who visited Korea to attend the inauguration ceremony. It is reported that meetings with congratulatory envoys from major countries, including the United States, China, and Japan, are scheduled one after another. He will then attend a celebration event at Rotender Hall, the lobby of the National Assembly's main building, from 4 p.m. The five-part event, senior state officials, diplomats and diplomatic envoys in Korea were arranged to have a pleasant talk with President Yoon while sharing Korean liquor from all over the country.

The last schedule is a guest dinner for foreign guests at the Shilla Hotel Guest House in Jangchung-dong. The event, which consists of cocktail receptions, domestic and foreign guests, and Korean food dinners, will end at 9 p.m. on the same day. Even after completing the public schedule, President Yoon is expected to deliberate until late at night after receiving reports from his aides on pending issues such as the appointment of Cabinet members and submission of a supplementary budget to compensate for the loss of COVID-19.

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