Teller Report

Now you can see non-English news...

'Busky Dust' Covering the Korean Peninsula… 11 days hard to breathe

2019-12-10T12:31:57.718Z

Today was a day covered with fine dust that scared me to breathe outside. This photo was taken today in a building in Mok-dong, Seoul. As you can see in the upper left, the SBS building was clearly visible.



<Anchor>

Today (10th) was a day covered with fine dust that scared me to breathe outside. This photo was taken today in a building in Mok-dong, Seoul. As you can see in the upper left, the SBS building was clearly visible. Two photos taken from the same place, as shown on the right, all the landscape turned gray today. This is because fine dust has come from the outside to Korea, but the deeper the fine dust, the more reddish satellite images can reveal the frustrating Korean Peninsula. Even today, the situation is serious, and Chinese authorities have predicted that air pollution will be heavy and widespread this winter.

Reporter Seo Dong-kyun and correspondent Chung Jung-yeop in Beijing will share the situation with China in turn.

<Reporter>

Muddy dust covered the whole city.

The bridge over the river is faintly visible.

Bukhansan Mountain, which was seen behind Gwanghwamun, was hidden by dust.

I went up high.

Buildings on the ground are difficult to identify because of the dusty layer, and the ultra-fine dust concentration is over 100 micrograms per cubic meter, showing 'very bad' levels.

The landscape of Seoul, which was relatively cozy compared to when Hanpa visited last week, has changed significantly.

The highest concentration of ultra-fine dust in the nation was 108, Incheon 113, and Gyeonggi-do, with 'very bad' levels.

This is because foreign fine dust has entered the Southwestern wind from China in the morning, and the fine dust has stagnated due to the stable atmosphere.

As the fine dust overlapped with the fog, the operation of the airport passenger plane also caused a major disruption.

This winter, the impact of Siberian high pressure is reduced, and it is expected that fine dust will rise more warmly than usual.

[KIM Dong-jun / Head of Climate Prediction Officer: (Siberian High Pressure) It is expected to be somewhat weaker than in previous years, so the cold northwest wind is also expected to be weak, so the atmosphere is likely to stagnate a bit. .]

Tomorrow, fine dust 'bad' levels were forecast in most parts of the country.

(Video coverage: Seo Jin-ho, Hong Jong-soo, Kim Tae-hoon, Video editing: Hwang Ji-young)

▶ I can't see 500m ahead… Middle buildings trapped in the worst smog
▶ First winter emergency reduction action… Unknowing citizens 'confusion'

Source: sbskr

Similar news:

You may like

Trends 24h

Life/Entertain 2020-02-17T19:18:01.354Z
Life/Entertain 2020-02-17T17:20:49.557Z

Latest

life 2020/02/18    

© Communities 2019 - Privacy