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On this Lunar New Year, which is the first time since the distancing was lifted, the number of people looking for their hometowns has increased significantly.
Congestion continued on the highway, and terminals and stations were also crowded throughout the day.
Reporter Kim Hyun-ah reports on the ‘national migration’ seen from the sky.
The first Lunar New Year holiday without distance.
From early morning on the highway, the car line continued endlessly.
There are many returnees and many reverse returnees, so the vehicles in both directions cannot speed up.
In the midst of accidents big and small, people tired of long travels lined up at the rest area.
A baby who does not know the world before the outbreak of COVID-19 is a wonder to many people.
26.48 million people go to see their families this Lunar New Year.
With 1 million more people moving a day than last year, when distance was maintained, congestion was created everywhere.
Bus and passenger terminals were also crowded throughout the day.
Homecoming guests with their hands full of presents line up to board the bus, and a large passenger ship rushes through the winter sea to and from the port.
The island villages by the sea seem to be noisy with the sound of grandchildren playing for the first time in a while.
Following the Chuseok holiday, the second ‘national migration’, the recovery of everyday life is becoming more pronounced.
This is YTN Kim Hyun-ah.
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