University hospital majors who oppose the government's expansion of the medical school's capacity and demand improvement of training and education are scheduled for a 24-hour group break from 7 am today (7th).

The Korea Electro-Mechanics Council, which represents more than 15,000 interns and resident residents of university hospitals across the country, said today that the group will be closed, and group blood donations, outdoor gatherings, and policy discussions will be held.

The major council explained that policies affecting the public's health, such as the expansion of the medical school capacity, were made without a sufficient review and grounds, and that the government and the government decided to enforce the collective action by failing to narrow the gap.