The welcome ceremony for the Kanagawa Korea-Japan Tunnel Inspection Team to visit Busan was held on April 4th at the Busan Family Union Headquarters.
This time, the inspection team consisted of 3 members, including Makoto Kunimatsu, a member of the Kanagawa Prefectural Assembly, three members of the city council, and Toru Jinbe, the district director of the 6th district.This inspection team is a leader who has made great efforts to realize the Korea-Japan tunnel through members of the LDP parliament in the local districts.
At the welcome ceremony on this day, Lee Young-hoon, Chairman of the Korea-Japan Tunnel Study Group, Seo Itek, Chairman of Dongming University, Lee Jang-ho, former Chairman of Busan Bank Holding Company, and Park Won-yang Sang-mi, Chairman of Construction, Former Busan Metropolitan City Council Chairman Lee Young, Kang Mu-gil Busan Metropolitan City Council Member, Seo Seuk Thursday Academic Society Representative, Lee Jung-chul Former Vice-President of Pukyeong University, Ryu Jung-woo, Secretary-General of Korea-Japan Tunnel Study Group, Lee Dong-wook Puk-gyeong More than 50 people attended, including Professor Emeritus of the University, Chairman of the Busan Peace Ambassadors Council Kang Kyung-sik, Busan Parish Director Kim Hyun-jung, and Peace Ambassador.
The welcome ceremony was a welcome speech by Lee Young-hoon, co-representative of the Korea-Japan Tunnel Study Group, Kim Hyun-jung, a speech by the district foreman of Busan, a speech by Makoto Kunimatsu, a member of the Kanagawa Prefectural Assembly, and a speech by Toru Jinbe, the district director of the 6th district. Sister marriage, gift exchange, commemorative photo shoot, etc. were carried out in this order.At this time, the chairman of the Busan Council, Kang Kyung-sik, presented the inspection team with the Peace Ambassador badge on behalf of South Korea.
The inspection team reaffirmed the importance of constructing the Korea-Japan tunnel through visits to Busan, which is considered to be the starting point and ending point of the Korea-Japan tunnel, and Tsushima, which is a stopover, and met with the people concerned in the Busan area to realize the Korea-Japan tunnel. I decided to make an effort to restore the relationship between Korea and Japan.
The exchange of inspection teams between Korea and Japan is proceeding to the level of a national movement for peace and prosperity in Northeast Asia.
(Park Seiretsu World Peace Tunnel Foundation Advisory Committee Member)
The original Korean text is translated into Japanese.
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Japan-Korea-Japan Tunnel Inspection Team Busan Visit