The National Assembly Correspondents’ Club held the 40th regular seminar at the National Assembly Library on May 25 and organized the memorial service for the 4th anniversary of the late world-famous Taekwondo instructor Jhoon Rhee.
The seminar was co-hosted by the National Assembly Correspondents' Club and the International Leaders’ Union.
It was jointly organized by the Memorial Association of Taekwondo Great Master Jhoon Rhee and the International 10021 Club Foundation.
The seminar was presided over by reporter Nam Seong-u of National Assembly Correspondents’ Club, with the first part of the main event and the second part conferring a plaque and a letter of appointment.
Among 200 dignitaries and other guests attended at the meeting were Chairman Song Bang-won of the National Assembly Correspondents' Club; Hong Moon-pyo, president of the National Assembly Taekwondo Federation; Former Democratic Party leader Song Young-gil; Rep. Lee Myung-soo of the People Power Party; Taekwondo Federation President Lee Dong-seop; Taekwondo Great Master Jhoon Rhee Memorial Service Committee Chairman Kim Seong-geol; and Taekwondo Great Master Jhoon Rhee Memorial Service Committee Secretary General Park Ki-hyun; and Chairman Ahn Tae-geun of the Korean Documentary Society.
Chairman Song said, “In the National Assembly Correspondents’ Club, on May 19, 2016, by chance, Rep. Lee Myung-soo and Secretary General Park Hyung-joon (currently Busan Mayor) were invited to the inauguration ceremony and we held an inauguration ceremony for the chairman.”
Delivering a congratulatory speech, Chairman Song said, “At that time, Rep. Lee Myung-soo said that senior journalists should create a club that leads the future of media culture for the sake of national development and national development.”
Song also said, “It is meaningful to hold the 4th anniversary of world-famous Taekwondo instructor Jhoon Rhee in a place where we were concerned about the country and the Korean people.”