[4K] Sunday Morning Walk Ttukseom Hangang Park Seoul Korea 서울 뚝섬한강공원 일…

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안녕하세요 Seoul Walker 입니다.
코로나19로 인한 사회적거리두기 2.5단계 삶속의 일요일 아침 서울 뚝섬한강공원을 함께 걸어봅시다. 사람들이 모여 즐길 수 있는 공간이 모두 폐쇄된 한강공원의 모습과는 정반대로 근래에 보기 드물게 청명한 하늘의 서울을 영상에서 만나 볼 수 있습니다. 구독자 여러분 모두 건강 유의하세요!

아침 7시, 당신을 위한 새로운 영상이 공개 됩니다.
당신의 새로운 아침, 그리고 오후 저녁 저의 영상을 보며 한결 여유로운 하루의 시작과 마무리가 되었으면 하는 바램입니다. 최대한 다채롭고 흥미로운 영상을 즐기실 수 있도록 노력하겠습니다.

영상이 마음에 드셨다면 다음 영상을 위해 구독과 좋아요, 알림 설정 부탁드립니다.
그럼 오늘도 행복한 하루 되세요!

Hello all my friends, I'm Nathan, Seoul Walker.
Let's walk through Ttukseom Hangang Park in Seoul on Sunday morning in the level 2.5 of life of social distance caused by COVID-19. Most of the places that can be enjoyed at Hangang Park were closed due to the COVID-19, but the sky in Seoul is super clean.

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The South Korean government is extending level two-point-five social distancing measures for the Seoul capital area for another week.
The enhanced measures were due to expire this Sunday.
But with 198 new cases of COVID-19 reported on Friday, health authorities made the decision to extend the tightened quarantine rules in the capital area until September 13th.
However, 'Level Two' guidelines are expected to be maintained for other regions until September 20th.
"In order to have better control of the virus prevention system, and to have a sufficient treatment network, it is necessary to extend social distancing guidelines until we see a decreasing number of newly confirmed cases.
Due to the extension, restaurants and bars in the capital must continue to close by 9 PM...and franchise coffee shops will only be able to offer take-out or delivery services.
However, during Friday's COVID-19 briefing, officials added franchise bakeries and ice cream shops to the list of 'take-out or delivery-only' businesses.
This is due to a so-called 'balloon effect' where customers are moving to franchise bakeries and ice cream shops as their 'Option B.'
Such establishments will also be restricted from allowing customers to dine in until the new September 13th deadline.
As of Friday, South Korea saw one-hundred-98 new COVID-19 cases, keeping the figure below two-hundred for the second day in a row.
Of those, one-hundred-89 were locally transmitted and concentrated in the city of Seoul and the surrounding Gyeonggi-do Province.
There were two more deaths..., bringing the death toll to three-hundred-31.

Hangang Park (Korean: 한강공원) is a park in Seoul, South Korea. It is made up of 12 parks, which is Gwangnaru Park, Jamsil Park, Ttukseom Park, Jamwon Park, Ichon Park, Banpo Park, Mangwon Park, Yeouido Park, Nanji Park, Gangseo Park, Yanghwa Park, and Seonyudo Park.

Hangang Park was built from 1982 to 1986, with the government's launch of the Hangang River Development Project. The main goal of the project was to create an environmently friendly space that the citizens of Seoul, Koreans, foreigners and tourists can enjoy. While building the Hangang Park, a section of Hangang, 41.5 km long and 39.9 km2 large, turned into a river of 2.5m of average depth and 1 km of average width. In 2007, the Hangang Renaissance Project was launched with the same goal, and will terminate in 2030. The project will transform the Hangang Parks and the areas around Hangang into a place of culture, art, leisure, and riverside cities. The main theme is creation and restoration, and each of the park area is designated a special theme that will be used as a basis to develop the park and surrounding area.

In Hangang Park, there is an abundance of sporting facilities such as soccer fields, skateboarding and in-line skating parks, tennis courts, hiking/biking trails, etc. There are also many swimming pools and many water-related sports such as water-skiing, yachting, boat racing, and fishing are available in the Hangang Park.

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