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It is time for the news critic Ko Hyeon-Jun's news bulletin to pick out the news of the topic. What is your first order today (5th)?

<Hyunjun Go/Critic Criticism> The

spread of Corona 19 is blocking the way the sky is now, and there is a conflict between airlines and consumers over the issue of mileage.

This is because there is a mileage limit, airlines have revised the terms and conditions in 2008 to create a new mileage expiration date and limit the mileage limit to about 10 years.
The problem is that a special situation called Corona 19 has occurred, leading to cases of damage to mileage use.

In the past year, before the mileage expired, I bought a flight ticket scheduled for this year's flight, but if I cancel it, the mileage disappears.

Corona makes travel difficult this year, reducing the time limit for booking tickets with mileage.

Consumers point out that realistically, it is impossible to travel, but applying the mileage policy as a phrase is the tyranny of the airline.

In response, airlines are confronting that they have not violated the consumer's option because even if the airline decides to stop the operation, even if the flight expires, the mileage that has expired is fully refunded and the mileage expiry period has been provided for 10 years.


I don't think Corona 19 is difficult for airlines, so I think it's kind of a situation to say. If it is canceled like this, I'm wondering if I should see it. Let's go beyond the news.

<Hyun-Jun Goh/Critic of Criticism>

A survey was conducted on the most discarded plastic wastes on the streets, and it is said that some are thrown away more than disposable cups or plastic bags.

On the occasion of Environment Day today, the Environmental Movement Federation picked up garbage in 13 regions across the country. As a result, the most collected plastic garbage was cigarette butts.
Of the 12,000 garbage, more than 6,400 cigarettes were more than half of the cigarette butts, which contain microplastics in filters, along with various chemicals, which, if not disposed of properly, can flow into the sea and affect the marine ecosystem. There is.

After the cigarette butts, the most collected garbage was plastic bags and wrapping paper for various confectionery, ramen, and cigarette packs, followed by disposable paper cups and disposable plastic cups.

Disposable masks that have not been found much have been thrown away on the streets as usage increased after the spread of corona19.

It is pointed out that the reduction of such plastic waste requires the efforts of companies to reduce the use of plastic and plastic packaging materials as well as voluntary waste separation by citizens.

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is said that disposable use is increasing due to hygiene problems, but the sky is clear with Corona 19, but the city seems to be getting a little messier. Please tell me the next news.

<Hyunjun Go/Critic Review> The

following news is from the Netherlands. A famous amusement park in the Netherlands is catching attention by sharing a funny video with the news of the removal of the Corona 19 blockade.

A bear doll sits on a running roller coaster instead of a person and sits swaying in the wind.
A Dutch amusement park was closed in March due to corona 19 and opened again on June 1. The amusement park said that it had arranged a special event to commemorate the reopening.

When reopened, 22 bear dolls were seated on the roller coaster, which was considered the most popular ride.

As bears awakened from hibernation, the amusement park was released from a two-month closure, and it is said that it provided surrogate satisfaction to citizens who have not been able to visit the amusement park.

The Dutch government, which issued a blockade last March, lifted the blockade on the 1st, and all restaurants, bars, cafés, museums and movie theaters resumed operations.

However, it is necessary to make a reservation before using it according to the social distance guidelines, and the maximum capacity is limited to 30 people.

Also, public transportation has been normalized, but all passengers are required to wear a mask.