Cheolsu Na: It’s been 10 years since I left Korea and came here.
I am lonely.
I miss Korea.
I miss my home, my family that embraced me.
Cheolsu: Overseas voting?
Cheolsu: What is this? Let’s scan the QR code.
Cheolsu: What is this?
Cheolsu: Huh? What’s that sound? Who is this speaking?
Younghee: Yes, I’m right here, Mr. Cheolsu.
Cheolsu: Oh my gosh! You scared me.
Younghee: I’m Younghee, an artificial intelligence operating system just tailored to Mr. Cheolsu. Nice to meet you.
Cheolsu: AI operating system, Younghee? Is it that Younghee in “Cheolsu and Younghee”? Hi.
Younghee: Nice to meet you
Cheolsu: Wow. nice to meet you, too.
Subtitle: Like this, Younghee has come to me...
Cheolsu NA: AI Younghee has come to me this way.
Younghee: Mr. Cheolsu, cereal for breakfast again today?
Cheolsu: It's just simple. Serial and milk, and that’s it!
Younghee: Well… but a Korean should eat rice.
Cheolsu: So Younghee, you can cook rice and eat with me. Can you do that?
Younghee: Unfortunately, I do not have such a function. Instead, I'll turn up the radio to save you from your loneliness.
(The 20th parliamentary overseas election is coming up soon. Starting from this election, it will be possible to apply to register as an overseas voter on the website of the National Election Commission for the voter’s convenience, so make sure to cast your valuable vote!)
Cheolsu: Overseas voting? I’m also entitled to it, right?
Younghee: Absolutely, Mr. Cheolsu. You're Korean.
Cheolsu: Then how can I apply for it?
Younghee: Well, hold on.
Mr. Cheolsu, can you see to a computer?
Cheolsu: National Election Commission (NEC) Homepage?
Younghee: You heard it on the radio, right? Now, you can report or apply as an overseas voter on the National Election Commission website.
Cheolsu: Oh, I see. I don’t need to visit in person. It’s more convenient.
Younghee: Yes, it is. Then let’s try it right now.
So here, write down your name.
Kim Cheolsu. Current residence is New York, USA.
Cheolsu: As I fill this in, it feels like my heart is filled with something warm.
Finally I feel like I’m living as a national of the Republic of Korea.
Younghee: I can understand. You'll be even more proud when you cast a ballot later.
Cheolsu: Ok. Promise you’ll go with me to the poll.
Younghee: I promise to go with you.
Younghee: You look in good mood?
Cheolsu: I’m excited. It’s been years since I last voted.
Younghee: Don’t forget it’s all thanks to me
Cheolsu: Yes. This is all thanks to you, Younghee!
Now I’m ready.
Shall we go to the poll?
Cheolsu: Let’s go!
Younghee: Let’s go!
Cheolsu NA: Today, I’ve achieved three things that have never occurred to me before.
I made a friend, Younghee, a little piece of mind was created closer to my homeland, and the part of me that is a national of the Republic of Korea that I had forgotten, started to exist again.
Cheolsu: Younghee, it’s bit cold today. Shall we buy new clothes?
Younghee: Why, I like this!
Cheolsu: Why do you like to be so under dressed. Shame on you.
You could catch a cold.
Younghee: I don’t catch such a thing.
Cheolsu: Is that so? .. Haha.. you're right..
Although I’m abroad, I want to know more about the Republic of Korea.
Overseas voting for the 20th National Assembly Elections
# Overseas voting for the 20th National Assembly Elections
Application to register for overseas voting etc.
▶ Application to register period for overseas voting etc.
November 15, 2015 ~ February 13, 2016
▶ Appl How to apply to register for overseas voteing, etc.
Visit the official Korean overseas mission, submission at the circulating diplomatic office, by electronic mail (e-mail) or by post
National Election Commission website (www.nec.go.kr)
▶ Voting Period
March 30, 2016 - April 4, 2016