The new South Korean president was sworn in

South Korean President Yoon Seok-yeol was sworn in today at the unveiling ceremony held in the National Assembly Square in Seoul.

South Korea’s Yonhap News Agency reported that the Korean president examined the various challenges facing South Korea and the world at the ceremony, including epidemics, the resetting of global supply chains, as well as the decline in global supply chains. growth and rising unemployment.

He added that 41,000 people attended the opening ceremony, including foreign and local guests, parliament and government officials, community group representatives and many invited citizens.

Yoon Seok Yeol, 61, was reported to have run for president and managed to defeat his ruling party rival by winning the South Korean presidency for a five-year term.