South Korean opposition leader Lee Jae-myung was injured in a knife attack. The opposition leader was attacked with knives while visiting the port city of Busan. The knife attack was on the neck of the 59-year-old South Korean opposition leader.
Lee Jae-Myung went to Busan to observe the construction of an airport in the city. A group of journalists also surrounded him. Suddenly, a person in the crowd attacked the opposition leader’s neck with a knife. The opposition leader’s supporters immediately grabbed and threw him on the ground.
Lee Jae-Myung is believed to have carried out the stabbing as a protest. The attacker is in police custody. The cameras of journalists recorded not only how the opposition leader was attacked with knives, how he fell to the ground after being injured, but also how the supporters put a handkerchief to tighten the wound, and how the opposition leader was taken to the hospital.
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