South Korean shopkeepers cry that they earn less than 3 yuan a day after the disappearance of Chinese students

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 South Korean shopkeepers cry that they earn less than 3 yuan a day after the disappearance of Chinese students


Its also downtown Seoul. Zheng, who sells French fries at the back door of chengjunguan University, said there were occasional customers at the beginning of this month, but now he cant see that the nearby markets are basically closed early or closed directly. C, who runs a Chinese food supermarket near Qingxi university campus in the east gate, also faces the same pressure: because the business is not good, part-time students can go home to rest, otherwise they cant bear it at all..

Businesses said that after the outbreak, because of the disappearance of Chinese students, more than half of the business districts that rely on Chinese students for business turnover have entered a state of contraction.

Nowadays, the university business street in Seoul is very cold. According to Korean media moneytoday

There used to be more than 10 Chinese students a day, but now there are only 1 or 2 at most, Li, a sandwich shop near Jianguo University, told reporters He added, especially after the end of January, they are even less able to come out..

At least five of the previous 10 guests are Chinese, but now not even one Chinese can see them, and the number of customers is more than half of the previous, said Jin, a member of the army hotpot store near Gaoli University.

A total of 3736 new confirmed cases and 18 deaths in South Korea

Forenoon, novel coronavirus pneumonia, reported on March 1, according to Yonhap news agency, the Central Committee of the Ministry of disease prevention of Korea announced that as of March 1st at 4 p.m., the Korean confirmed 9 cases of new crown pneumonia in 210 cases, and the total number of confirmed cases reached 3736. Compared with 4 p.m. the previous day, 586 newly confirmed cases were found in one day.