Eating and drinking banned at night at all seven Busan beaches

Eating and drinking banned at night at all seven Busan beaches

haps Korea Magazine

UPDATE: All seven beaches around the city, in addition to Millak Waterfront Park, are now under the same measures, which prohibit eating and drinking on the beach from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m.

The city has also said that if Busan rises to level 4, closing the beaches at night or entirely may be a possibility.


Haeundae-gu and the city of Busan have announced that eating and drinking will be completely banned at Haeundae Beach and Songjeong Beach.

The two beaches had originally banned eating and drinking for more than two people after 6 p.m. but decided to ban it completely after the city raised its social distancing to level 3 at midnight today.

The district will also increase the frequency of disinfection of beach facilities and enforce social distancing measures such as wearing masks.

Safety call check-ins, QR checks, and fever stickers will be distributed at the 12 entrances at Haeundae Beach.

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