Second Vice Minister Jang Mi-ran cheering on the table tennis match
Second Vice Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Jang Mi-ran and
athlete team leader Kim Jin-hyuk are cheering on the Korean athletes at
the table tennis match of the ‘2022 Hangzhou Asian Para Games’ held at
the Gungsu Canal Sports Park Gymnasium in Hangzhou, China on the 22nd.
Second Vice Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Jang Mi-ran, a
former weightlifting Olympic gold medalist, reported 693.45 million won
in assets including land, buildings, and deposits.
Looking at the status of regular property registration of 94 high-ranking
public officials published by the Government Official Ethics Committee in
the Electronic Gazette on the 27th, Second Vice Minister of Culture,
Sports and Tourism Jang Mi-ran, who took office on July 3, first acquired
forests in Hoengseong-gun, Gangwon-do (KRW 50 million) and fields in
Pyeongchang-gun (KRW 9,000). The actual transaction price of the land,
including 2.75 million won, was listed as 142.75 million won.
In addition, he also reported building assets of 464 million won, including
the leasehold rights for apartments and shopping malls he owns in
Yongin, Gyeonggi-do, a 2021 Grandeur hybrid passenger car (32.99
million won), and deposited assets of 165.375 million won.
Subtracting the financial debt owed to Nonghyup Bank and the National
Nonghyup Bank (KRW 111.665 million) from the total assets, Vice
Minister Jang’s net wealth is KRW 693.45 million.
Vice Minister Chang
A ‘weightlifting hero’ who won four consecutive world championships and
won Olympic gold, silver, and bronze medals, including a silver medal at
the 2004 Athens Olympics, a gold medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, and
a bronze medal at the 2012 London Olympics, has been serving as a
professor at the Department of Physical Education at Yongin University
since 2016. At the end of June, he was suddenly selected as the second vice
minister of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, in charge of sports and tourism policy. 카지노사이트존