Due to the recent surge of COVID-19, national parks across South Korea will be banning sunset and sunrise events.
The ban will take effect from today up until January 3rd with violators to face fines of one-hundred-thousand won, or roughly 90 U.S. dollars.
Entry to national parks before 7 AM will not be allowed and parking lots will be closed during the New Year period.
In previous years, local governments had organized events for people to watch the last sunset of the year and the first sunrise of the New Year.

Reporter : claudiakim@arirang.com


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