On major expressways across the country, congestion is concentrated mainly in the direction of returning home.

The traffic flow is slow in the 12km section from Giheungdongtan to Namsa in the direction of Busan on the Gyeongbu Expressway, and 36km from the Cheonan area to the Nami Junction.

In the direction of Mokpo on the Seohaean Expressway, vehicles come and go repeatedly in the 9km section from the vicinity of Bibong to the Hwaseong Rest Area and the 11km section from the Seopyeongtaek Junction to the Seohaedaegyo Bridge.

In the direction of Gangneung on the Yeongdong Line, congestion continues, including the Yangji Tunnel section at the Singal Junction.

If you depart from the Seoul tollgate by car at 12 noon today (19th), the Road Corporation expects it to take 6 hours to Busan, 5 hours in Daegu, 3 hours 40 minutes in Gwangju, 3 hours 10 minutes in Daejeon, and 2 hours 50 minutes in Gangneung. I did.

The congestion on the way home is expected to reach its peak around 4 to 5 pm and then to be resolved between 8 and 9 pm.