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Pedestrians at Gwanghwamun Square in central Seoul wear masks on Sunday, when air pollution in the country rose to unhealthy levels. Advisories and warnings related to yellow dust blowing from the Gobi Desert were issued in Daegu and Gyeongsang provinces, with South Gyeongsang receiving the warning for the first time this year. In Gwangju, a baseball game was canceled, the fourth time air conditions have forced such a decision in Korea. [NEWS1]

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