Jeon Jeon-yeon Today, there are two protests in Samgak area on subway line 4… What about line 5, line 8 and line 9?


The National Coalition for the Elimination of Discrimination against People with Disabilities (Jeon Jang-yeon) will hold a subway ride demonstration from Monday.

On the 21st, Seoul Transportation Corporation posted on its homepage, titled ‘Scheduled Train Operations Delay Information’, “From November 22 (March) to 25 (Friday) at 08:00 and 14:00 on Line 4, ‘National Elimination of Discrimination against Disabled People on Line 4. An ‘underground propaganda campaign’ has been organized for the ‘unity’ to ‘secure the budget for the rights of the disabled’.”

“This can cause significant delays in train operation on the corresponding section of Line 4, so please use the train with this in mind.”

However, the location and time are flexible depending on the pattern of the protests, and real-time notifications such as train delays can be provided at the official request of the Seoul Transport Corporation, ‘Tota Subway’.

Before that day, a hair shaving ceremony, a protest declaration ceremony, and a protest night film festival were held three times in the Samgak area of ​​Subway Line 4.

In particular, Jeon Jeon-yeon tried to set up a tent in front of the platform in the triangle area to secure the budget for the rights of the disabled, but she clashed with the police who stopped her.

In the process, citizens trying to get off the subway, members of the Jeon Jeon Association, and the police, created traffic jams, and the train service in the direction of Danggogae was delayed for 18 minutes.

In the end, Jeon Jeon-yeon agreed with the Transport Corporation to put up a tent in front of the ticket gate, not the platform, and finish it.

Meanwhile, there are no performances scheduled today on lines 5, 8, and 9, except for line 4.

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