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wake of Section 3.1 tomorrow (1st), there have been more than 1,000 reports of small gatherings, including vehicle gatherings, in downtown Seoul.
The police are in a position that they will respond strictly to quarantine violations even if the car wall is not erected.
Shin Jung-eun is a reporter.
Last year, the Gwanghwamun Square was surrounded by police buses on the opening day of the festival.
It was an attempt to block the illegal assembly at the source, but controversy over response arose.
As if conscious of this, tomorrow, in Section 3.1, the police decided not to erect iron fences as well as car walls.
Even today, the boundaries of the usual level have been achieved.
Tomorrow, the March 1st, 1,670 rally were reported in downtown Seoul.
Most of them are small, with one-person protests, press conferences, and rallies with no more than 9 people.
Assemblies of more than 10 people are two that were conditionally permitted by the court.
When the number of participants was reduced to 2·30 and strict quarantine measures were presented, the conservative group that planned the assembly decided to open only one case in India in front of Gwanghwamun.
Other conservative groups will be demonstrating vehicles by court decision.
You cannot get out of the vehicle with only one person in every 9 vehicles.
[Hwang Gyeong-gu/Head of Patriotic Patrol Team: Except for physiological phenomena such as limited number of vehicles, you can't get off the train and lower the window...
Pastor Jeon Kwang-hoon of Sarangjeil Church, who foretold the 1,000-person gathering, decided to hold only press conferences to the extent permitted by the quarantine regulations.
The police will put more than 6,000 people at the rally and protest scene tomorrow, more than the usual weekend.
According to the circumstances, major roads in the city center may be controlled, and a strict response to the violation of quarantine regulations and illegal activities by participants in the assembly was announced.
(Video coverage: Kim Yong-woo, video editing: Park Ki-deok)