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Korean traditional clothing, or hanbok, hanging at a store in Namdaemun, Seoul, on Sunday, less than a week before the Lunar New Year holidays. Usually during this period, one of the two most celebrated traditional holidays in Korea, sales surge with consumers opening up their wallet. But this year, as the government continues to implement strict social distancing in hopes of curbing the number of new Covid-19 cases, many stores fear heavy losses. [YONHAP]

Korean traditional clothing, or hanbok, hanging at a store in Namdaemun, Seoul, on Sunday, less than a week before the Lunar New Year holidays. Usually during this period, one of the two most celebrated traditional holidays in Korea, sales surge with consumers opening up their wallet. But this year, as the government continues to implement strict social distancing in hopes of curbing the number of new Covid-19 cases, many stores fear heavy losses. [YONHAP]

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