[THINK ENGLISH] 코로나 새 변이 확산하지만 “거리두기 조치 시행 안한다”
Reacting to a possible sixth wave of the pandemic, Korea will offer fourth doses of Covid-19 vaccine to more people but not return to social distancing measures — at least yet. The Central Disease Control Headquarters announced a new set of health...
Private gathering limit raised to eight people
In a slight relaxation of social distancing regulations, private gatherings of up to eight people will be allowed from Saturday for two weeks, up from the current limit of six. The 11 p.m. curfew for restaurants, cafes and gyms remain unchanged.
Curfew pushed back to 11 as virus cases hit another new high
Restaurants, bars and cafes will be able to stay open until 11 p.m. starting Saturday, as Korea announced it will ease some social distancing measures the same day Covid-19 cases exceeded 260,000 for the first time.
[THINK ENGLISH] 방역기준의 변화가 일상에 미치는 영향이 줄어들고 있다
Consumers have started to become less affected by the government's ever-changing social-distancing guidelines. They are becoming more open to outdoor activities, such as going to the cinema or eating out, regardless of the toughening or loosening...
[THINK ENGLISH] 다시 방역을 강화하자 자영업자 자살
The owner of a Chinese restaurant in Songpa District, southern Seoul, committed suicide Monday in yet another case of a self-employed person ending his or her own life after struggling financially since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic.
[THINK ENGLISH] 연말연시 앞두고 사회적 거리두기 다시 실시
Korea will limit private gatherings to four people nationwide and restore a nighttime curfew on restaurants and many other businesses starting Saturday, putting a pause on the living with Covid-19 scheme.
Stricter social distancing measures increase woes for restaurateurs
With all restaurants in Seoul forced to shut at 9 p.m. until the end of the month, many eateries that only opened for dinner service are now offering a lunch menu, one of the easiest shifts they can make with their already existing resources.