&#91LETTERS TO THE EDITOR&#93‘Half-naked’ hawkers irk this worker

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&#91LETTERS TO THE EDITOR&#93‘Half-naked’ hawkers irk this worker

Yeouido, where my office is located, is full of white-collar workers and the streets are crowded during lunch hour. People often bump into each other because the streets are too crowded. On top of this mess, there are people advertising their bars and entertainment businesses. These people tend to use loudspeakers and sing incomprehensible songs. This noise can be heard even inside offices. Women, half-naked, distribute their business cards with sensational photos on them. Their advertisement drives continue even inside restaurants while customers are eating. They do not seem to care that there are families around. I have yet to see the police preventing these people from getting out of hand. They are clearly too loud, illegally attracting customers and disturbing other legitimate businesses. They need to be curbed by law enforcement agencies.

by Lee Hee-sam
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