(Busan = Yonhap News) Reporter Jo Jung-ho = The city of Busan announced on the 27th that it would install an incense burner in the lobby on the first floor of City Hall to create a pan-civic atmosphere as the national head of the late former President Roh Tae-woo, who passed away on the 26th, was decided.
Citizens’ condolences are available from 10 am on the 28th.
The incense burner is open until the 30th and is open daily from 7 am to 9 pm.
The city of Busan has always dispatched information staff to prevent inconvenience to mourners who visit the incense place, and in consideration of the new coronavirus infection (COVID-19) situation, it is also strictly observing quarantine rules such as temperature checks and distancing of mourners.
An official from the city of Busan said, “To create an atmosphere of mourning, we plan to create a general atmosphere of mourning and remembrance by posting a banner on the city’s website and holding various events frugally during the remembrance period.”
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