After a successful election, the female mayor of South Korea “jumped in the river” to fulfill her promise!
According to Yonhap News Agency, on the afternoon of the 19th local time, Campbell, who had just been elected mayor of South Korea, Area: Ancheng, Gyeonggi-do, jumped into a local river in front of many supporters. The report said that the reason she did this was to honor her promise before the election.
According to reports, Jin Baoluo, 52, was elected in Anseong, Gyeonggi-do, the new mayor of South Korea on the 15th, and she is also the city ’s first female mayor.
On the 19th, Campbell jumped into a local river under the watch of many supporters.
Yonhap News Agency reported that regarding the reasons for this, Campbell said that this was to honor his recent commitments.
According to previous reports, Ancheng re-elected the mayor on April 15 and Kim Paul was also one of the candidates. In order to encourage the public to vote positively, she wrote on Facebook on April 3, “If the voting rate exceeds 60%, I will happily jump into the Ancheng River (river).” Campbell’s final turnout rate was as high as 63.3% and was successfully elected as the first female mayor in the history of Ancheng.