Even today (10th), even the fine dust from China seems to be worse than yesterday. From 6 am, fine dust emergency reduction measures will be issued, and both the administrative and public parking lots will be closed.
This is reporter Jung Gu-hee.
The Yeouido 63 building was shrouded, and the entire city of Seoul was trapped in cloudy fine dust.
Yesterday's ultra-fine dust concentration was 'bad' as Seoul increased more than twice as usual, including 53 micrograms per cubic meter, Gyeonggi-do 55, and Chungbuk 60.
The problem is that fine dust keeps coming in.
China's high concentration of fine dust, shown in red, is expected to cross over to Korea in the morning.
As of 7:00 pm yesterday, the ultrafine dust in Baeknyeong-do was very bad, rising to 91 micrograms per cubic meter, about four times the usual.
Today, except for Jeju Island, fine dust is expected to be 'bad', while Seoul, Incheon, and Gyeonggi are expected to soar to 'very bad'.
The Ministry of Environment has issued an emergency reduction measure for fine dust.
From 6 am to 9 pm, vehicles with emission ratings in Class 5 are restricted in all areas of Seoul.
The metropolitan area and Chungbuk implement a two-vehicle vehicle system for public institutions. Only even vehicles can operate.
Both administrative and public car parks are closed and operations of air pollutants are reduced.
Fine dust, worse than yesterday Emergency measures from 6 am
Even the fine dust from China seems to be worse today than yesterday. From 6 am, fine dust emergency reduction measures will be issued, and both the administrative and public parking lots will be closed. This is reporter Jung Gu-hee.