Having been downloaded approximately 8 million times since its launch, Clubhouse continues to gain popularity around the world. Recently, it also expanded to the political circles in South Korea.
On February 21, 2021, the Tech Crunch website reported that South Korean media reported that this morning the current prime minister, Cheong Se-kyun, joined the official voice chat app @gyunvely, which made him One of the most senior political leaders around the world. Who joined this app
His account was created last Valentine’s Day (February 14) and was approved to participate. By a user named TJ Park (who is unclear who it is)
So far, the South Korean prime minister has nearly 500 followers, and his account has almost 200 other accounts, while his bio says That Yellow Jacket Guy, a reference to civil defense uniform. That a Korean politician wears during a crisis (such as the COVID-19 outbreak) corresponds to his profile picture. A cartoon figure wearing a yellow uniform
Local media also reported. Mr Chong was in the Clubhouse chat room for over an hour with Korean Democratic Party member Jung Cheong-rae yesterday. Mr. Chong posted a message on Facebook that “I heard this app is hot. I will try to play at night. “
“I was a little shocked by the unexpected question and reaction. But this new experience is fun. I think it will join from time to time in the future, ”the South Korean Prime Minister said. The fact that it uses only sound And everyone can chat without being reserved. It makes me think of it as a better communication tool than any other social media platform, especially in today’s times when we don’t have to chat in person.
Conversation in the Clubhouse room led the South Korean Prime Minister to face questions such as is this the real prime minister? To policy questions Whether the real estate price is higher And violence in the sports world That has been big news in South Korea in the past few weeks.
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