The National Coalition for the Elimination of Discrimination against the Disabled, which has demanded an increase in the budget for the rights of persons with disabilities, is protesting on the subway for the second day.

The Seoul Transportation Corporation is in a position to block their subway rides at the source, so the confrontation between the two sides is expected to continue.

Jang Sun-yi is a reporter.

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National Solidarity for the Elimination of Discrimination against Persons with Disabilities started a subway boarding propaganda campaign at Sungshin Women's University Station on Seoul Subway Line 4 at around 8:00 am today (3rd).

Last night, through Facebook, it was announced that "the protest will start at 10:30 am today," but the time and place were suddenly changed.

About 20 members of Jeon Jeon-yeon, who boarded at Sungshin Women's University Station, tried to board again after getting off at Dongdaemun History and Culture Park Station on Subway Line 4, but were stopped by Seoul Transportation Corporation staff.

The construction side demanded that the Jeon Jeon-yeon stop making noise and leave, and warned several times that they would block boarding the train if they did not comply.

Jeon Jeon-yeon tried to protest riding the subway in the triangle area of ​​​​Line 4 from the time of work yesterday, but confronted the transportation corporation and the police who were blocking it for about 13 hours at the station in the station.

The Seoul Transportation Corporation announced yesterday that a total of 13 subways passed through the Samgak area without stopping.

Previously, on the 19th of last month, the court presented a mediation plan in relation to the claim for damages filed by the Seoul Transportation Corporation against Jeon Yeon-yeon, but the Seoul Metropolitan Government and the Seoul Transportation Corporation rejected it, so it is expected that this trial will be followed.