The Korean name of "e-People" is actually "Drum for the people," which originated from a drum hung in front of the royal palace
so that people can beat the drum to file a complaint directly to the king during the Joseon Dynasty 600 years ago.
At that time, people can file a complaint to the head of their local government; if their case cannot be resolved by the local government, however, they can beat the drum to meet the king.
"e-People" is the modern version of the drum for the people, based on the perception that a nation should be governed by and for the people. It addresses people's complaints against government agencies and encourages people to participate in governance to improve policies.
Available everywhere in the world, e-People will take the lead in creating a new Korea by resolving even trivial complaints after listening closely to the voice of the people and accepting their creative ideas positively.