Most of them are taking the inconvenience and complying with the quarantine guidelines, but there are still places like this.
Last night (10th), more than 200 people were caught dancing at a club in Gangnam, Seoul.
Reporter Kim Ki-tae, who is crowded in a confined space, will accuse me.
A group of men and women are dancing in a small space.
Most of the distances, such as holding hands or hugging, are not observed at all.
Ventilation facilities as well as windows can not be found, so if a confirmed person visits, a large-scale group infection is a concern.
About 9:30 last night, about 50 policemen came to this place located in the basement of a building in Yeoksam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul.
More than 200 people, including employees and guests, were caught on site.
It is said that most of the office workers and housewives gathered through'dance clubs'.
[Neighboring merchant: About mid to late 30s? I think they come mainly. It seems to be open after 5pm. It continues regardless of weekdays and weekends.] The
police reported that they operated an unauthorized club, such as installing sound equipment and special lighting, after registering as a general restaurant, and arrested the current offender for violating the Food Sanitation Act.
The owner insisted, "We admit the negligence of management that does not keep a good distance," but insisted that "it is not an unauthorized club."
[Jo Yeon-ik/Seoul Suseo Police Station's Life Safety Section Manager: Dancing and allowing alcohol, such as restraining access investigations and stubbornly denying allegations, constitutes an unauthorized entertainment bar business... .] The
competent ward office, which has been cracking down together, is planning to impose a fine of 100,000 won for violations of the Infectious Disease Prevention Act on guests caught.
The police said they will continue to crack down on entertainment facilities that violate the quarantine rules.
(Video coverage: Kim Myeong-gu and Kim Hak-mo, video editing: Hwang Ji-young)