[영상] ‘Flashing’ in the middle of the desert… Mysterious metal triangular pillar

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It is a news just time to pick and deliver the hot topic news. We are with current affairs critic Koh Hyun-jun. What is the first news today (26th)?

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There is a huge desert in Utah, USA, in the middle of this desert, a huge pillar of unknown identity was found.

On the 18th local time, state officials conducting an environmental survey by helicopter found a mysterious object flashing in the middle of the desert.


When I landed, I found that a 3.6m high metal triangular pillar was fixed on the floor, but there were no footprints or car wheel marks around, so I wonder who installed it.

There is a lot of speculation on social media, such as the conduct of an alien. In particular, this pillar is similar to the alien sculpture in the film ‘2001 Space Odyssey,’ directed by Stanley Kubrick, raising questions.

There are jokes that there will be a vaccine in the COVID-19 outbreak, but the state authorities speculate that it is likely to be an art sculpture at this time.

A so-called netizen investigation team appeared to track where the pillars were, but because of fears that they could get lost after coming to the desert to see the pillars, the authorities decided not to disclose the exact location where the pillars were found.

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These speculations will subside only when it comes to who built it, but I hope that there are so many people who died from Corona 19 that the sad story is not hidden. Please tell me the next news.

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Due to the corona, nowadays, when entering a restaurant or cafe, you have to authenticate the QR code or write an access list.It is not a bit cumbersome, but a method that allows you to register for access with a single phone call is introduced.

Call instead of QR code for access list (data screen)

Currently, electronic access registers and handwritten registers using QR codes are mainly used to manage the list of visitors to multi-use facilities.

However, it was pointed out that QR codes are difficult for seniors who are unfamiliar with smartphones to use, and that using them by hand is concerned about the leakage of personal information. So, the Ministry of Science and Technology Information and Communication announced that it is supporting to automatically register access by simply calling a six-digit phone number starting with 14, that is, ’14OOOO’.

There is no call charge.

However, since the number that can be used is limited to 9,000, it is planned to be used mainly in medical institutions, social welfare facilities, and traditional markets that are frequently used by the digitally vulnerable such as the elderly.

Local governments can apply, and starting today, you can apply for number assignments to each mobile operator.

After the end of Corona 19, the plan is to use this number as a free civil service number, etc.

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Sounds like a good policy, what’s next?

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A survey found that about half of the workers said they would not be able to use all of their annual leave this year.

According to the Labor Standards Act, the company is required to give 15 days of paid leave to employees who have attended more than 80% of the time in one year. It was expected that the annual car would not be exhausted.

The most common reason for not being able to use it was’because of a lack of manpower and a lot of work.

Annual employee (data screen)

Respondents found that there are an average of 8 days of annual leave left until the end of this year. If so, 41.4% of respondents answered that they are compensated for unused annual leave.

Corona 19 also affected annual use, 39% said there was a change.

The number of respondents who said annual use increased to 22% was more than that of a 22% decrease, and it seems that there were various effects such as a caring gap and worsening the company situation.

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