When asked about the publication plan of 6699press next year, he said that he has planned a series of five volumes of visual design education, covering the philosophy, history, gender ratio and gender equality awareness of design; in addition, he will collaborate with the photographer Park Hyun-sung of "Seoul Bathhouse"  Once again working together to create a photobook of Seoul city community parks. As the Seoul Metropolitan Government is about to implement the "Park Day No Limit  " in July 2020, it is estimated that at most 116 parks may disappear, accounting for 83% of the total park area in the city. "There is a park in Seongsan-dong where I live.
It's my favorite place, and it's also on the list. It's too late company banner design to plant trees. How can the city government let these green spaces become developable?" Lee Jae-young said. While it's unclear if things will really get so bad, he wants to take pictures of the parks before it's too late. Mid-autumn Taipei "Taipei has a lot of green space." Four months after the meeting in Seoul, Lee Jae-young visited Taiwan, a personal trip he had planned for a long time. From publishing miscellaneous to the impression of Taipei, and then to the LGBT Pride of the day.
He said: "Taiwan's parade is amazing, people's expressions are happy; Seoul's gay parade, although there is a certain level of good mood, but the participants are basically the kind of sad and solemn expression that I am going to fight and defend. The last kind of vigilant tension, because there is no guarantee that anti-gay radical groups will rush out to beat you. But not in Taiwan. Finally, I heard the chorus on Ketagalan Avenue, and some people around were weeping. Although I don’t know what the song is, it is very move."