Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-hwa expressed concern about China's attitude, saying it is excessively controlled. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs also called Chinese ambassadors to China and Japanese ambassadors to protest the restrictions on entry, but by yesterday (26th), the number of Koreans has been banned or restricted to 30.
Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-hwa has expressed concern over what is happening in China after the Chinese king called the foreign minister.
Overcontrol is being taken, including quarantine of Koreans in various parts of China.
The South Korean government is also responding in full force to prevent the spread of Corona19.
In response, Wang thanked Korea for his support to China, saying it would minimize the impact of Corona19 on the relationship.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs previously called China's Ambassador to Xinghaiming and Japan's Ambassador Tomita.
The protesters say the restrictions on entry are excessive.
[Singhaiming / Chinese Ambassador to Korea: Some local governments are not doing things against the Korean people. There are also many Chinese people. Please understand and understand.]
However, more and more countries control the entry of Koreans.
To date, 17 countries, including Japan and Vietnam, and thirteen sites, including Taiwan and Colombia, have restricted entry to containment or quarantine.
In addition, 24 countries, including the United States, have issued travel alerts that require caution when visiting Korea, and air routes from Korea are increasing.
30 countries restricting Korean entry Kang Kyung-hwa expresses concern over Wang
Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-hwa expressed concern about China's attitude, saying it is excessively controlled. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs also called ambassadors to China and Japan to protest the restrictions on entry. By yesterday, 30 countries have banned or restricted South Koreans from entering the country.