Min Kyungwook, Former S Korea Assemblyman:
CCP Meddling in S Korea's Election | BraveHearts
Sean Lin of NTD interviews former National Assemblyman, Chair of the 4.15 Election Fraud People’s Struggle Headquarters, MIN Kyung Wook at the NTD studio in New York City. The interview was taped on November 24, 2020. This interview discussed the crucially important topic of election fraud that occurred in South Korea’s general election on April 15, 2020, and the work that Mr. Min has led in exposing the fraud and ensuring election integrity in South Korea in an in-depth and informative discussion.
Xiaoxu Sean Lin, is a veteran, political analyst, and commentator. Dr. Lin is an immigrant from Mainland China, a survivor of the Tiananmen Square Massacre in 1989. He is also a veteran with 9-year service in U.S. Army as an enlisted soldier and commissioned officer. Dr. Lin is also a member of the Committee of Present Danger: China, a member of the Coalition to Advance Religious Freedom in China.
Dr. Lin has a BS degree in Science from Zhejiang University in China, a master’s degree in International Relations from Syracuse University, and a Ph.D. in Microbiology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Min Kyung Wook;
Mr. Min is a former National Assemblyman of the Republic of Korea, and former primetime news anchor for KBS. He currently is the Chair of the 4.15 Election Fraud People’s Struggle Headquarters, which works to expose and highlight election fraud in South Korea, and works to ensure election integrity for all voters in South Korea.
Min Kyung Wook Exclusive Interview with Ri Jong Ho
On December 11, 2020, Mr. Min Kyung-wook conducts an exclusive OKN interview with Mr. Ri Jong Ho, a former high-ranking former DPRK official who defected in 2015.
In this almost hour-long, in-depth interview, Mr. Min and Mr. Ri discuss a variety of topics, such as his family’s escape story, the work he did for the North Korean regime and the dictator Kim Jong Un, and important issues related to the US-ROK Alliance, the Moon Jae In government and its policies towards North Korea, the DPRK-US summits, and North Korean human rights.
Ri Jong Ho:
Mr. Ri worked for the North Korean regime in Office 39, which is an organization specifically designed to rake in funds for Kim Jong Un. He and his family escaped North Korea in 2015 and have been resettled and living in the United States since.