The President’s Office said, “Yeon listened”… Resident representative: “There is no future for medical care in Korea.”

The President’s Office said, “Yeon listened”…  Resident representative: “There is no future for medical care in Korea.”

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Park Dan, chairman of the emergency response committee of the Korean Medical Residents Association, said on social media, “There is no future for medical care in Korea.”

A post posted on social networking service (SNS) by Park Dan, chairman of the emergency response committee of the Korean Medical Residents Association, who met President Yoon Seok-yeol alone on the 4th for about 2 hours and 20 minutes. Facebook capture of emergency committee chairman Park Dan

Park Dan, chairman of the emergency response committee of the Korean Medical Residents Association, who met President Yoon Seok-yeol alone without the presence of other residents, said on the 4th, “There is no future for medical care in Korea,” despite the President’s office’s stance that “the president has decided to respect the residents’ position.” .

It was reported that an exchange of opinions on improvements, such as President Yoon’s listening and treatment of medical residents, took place in the meeting, which seemed to open the way to resolving the legislative conflict. However, judging from the writings of emergency committee chairman Park, it seems that the clues to resolving the conflict have disappeared into the fog again.

Emergency committee chairperson Park’s SNS post received comments from people who were curious, such as ‘Was it a one-sided notice and threat?’ Some criticism is also noticeable, such as ‘Why did you go there?’ or ‘Are you proud that you went there and only listened to meaningless words?’ This can be read in the same context as the fact that there was reportedly opposition to the meeting between Emergency Committee Chairman Park and President Yoon within the Korean Medical Association.

Ryu Ok-hada, a Sajik major, left a comment on a social networking service (SNS) post by Park Dan, chairman of the Emergency Response Committee of the Korean Medical Residents Association, on the 4th. Facebook capture of emergency committee chairman Park Dan

In particular, in Chairman Park’s post, Ryu Ok-hada, a former intern representative at the Catholic Medical Center who strongly protested against the increase in medical schools and submitted a letter of resignation, said, “Why did we have to go and confirm the facts that everyone knew?” and “Ahead of the general election, there is only a justification for the president and the ruling party.” It drew attention with the comment, “I’m sorry I gave it to you.”

Mr. Ryu Ok criticized in a group chat room, saying, “We inform you that the meeting between President Yoon Seok-yeol and Park Dan emergency committee chairman was an arbitrary, closed-room decision by the Park Dan emergency committee and 11 members without collecting the opinions of young doctors (residents, medical students).”

Presidential Office Spokesperson Kim Soo-kyung said in a written briefing that President Yoon expressed his position that he would respect the positions of medical residents when discussing future medical reforms, including increasing the number of doctors, with the medical community. The President’s Office explained that President Yoon listened to Emergency Medical Services Chairman Park about the problems of the current medical system and also exchanged opinions on the treatment of medical residents and improvement of working conditions.

Above all, as the meeting between emergency committee chairman Park and President Yoon, who attended alone without the presence of other residents, was relatively long, lasting about 2 hours and 20 minutes, some raised the possibility that an honest opinion was expressed about medical reform measures, including increasing the number of medical schools.

President Yoon Seok-yeol listens to the remarks of participants at the ‘People’s Livelihood Debate Follow-up Measures Inspection Meeting’ held at the Presidential Office Building in Yongsan, Seoul on the 4th. yunhap news

While it is possible to interpret that President Yoon tried to focus on the content itself rather than the external image of attempting to communicate with medical residents, it is said that President Yoon met with the representative of residents who are protesting against increasing the number of medical school students and announced that he would respect their position, resolving the medical industry situation. Attention was also focused on whether a clue would be provided.

However, judging from Emergency Committee Chairman Park’s SNS post, it appears that it will still take a lot of time to resolve the situation.

The interview took place on the 2nd when President Yoon proposed his intention to talk through the spokesperson’s office, saying, “I would like to meet the residents who are involved in the collective action and hear their stories directly,” and announced that emergency committee chairman Park agreed to meet.

Reporter Kim Dong-hwan [email protected]

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