Today (10th), on the long-awaited weekend, all over the country were crowded with tourists trying to enjoy the spring weather.
Most of them tried to obey the quarantine rules, but some seemed uneasy about distance.
Reporter Sungil Choi looked around.
Hikers enjoy the atmosphere of spring at the top of the mountain.
I can't breathe while climbing the mountain, but most of them take a break while wearing a mask.
Visitors continued to visit the Han River Park, filled with warm sunlight.
At regular intervals, take a seat under the shade of a tree and talk with family and friends.
In the amusement park, resting spaces are divided at regular intervals for each shelter.
However, when the parade was in progress, it seemed a bit uneasy for the audience to sit close and distance themselves.
Passengers flocked to the Gimpo Airport domestic terminal building, creating a long line.
In particular, yesterday ahead of the weekend was crowded at its peak, and in the last month, the largest number of 39,000 people traveled through Gimpo Airport.
[Keum Min-seok/Goyang-si, Gyeonggi: It's spring, so I made an appointment with my friends a month ago and made a plan for Jeju Island.
First of all, I wonder if I should avoid places with a lot of people.]
Kim/Gunpo-si, Gyeonggi: I think you should be careful wearing a mask.
And also, I'm very careful because the number of (confirmed) numbers is low these days.]
The downtown shopping mall was also crowded.
At a cafe in a department store in Yeouido, Seoul, orders were pushed back by more than 350 people at around 4 PM, long after lunch break.
[Cafe customer: (How many hours did you wait?) An hour?
(How many teams are waiting?) About 200 teams...
quarantine authorities are tightly tense as the traffic volume on weekends surges while standing on the threshold of the 4th pandemic.
(Video coverage: Seol Min-hwan and Kim Yong-woo, video editing: Park Ki-deok, helicopter control: Min Byeong-ho)