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▲The epidemic has severely hit the global economy, including South Korea. The picture shows the streets of Seoul. In order to maintain social distancing and other anti-epidemic measures, the tables and chairs in the shopping street are taped and no seats are allowed.  (Photo/Associated Press/Dazhi Video)
▲The epidemic has severely hit the global economy, including South Korea. The picture shows the streets of Seoul. In order to maintain social distancing and other anti-epidemic measures, the tables and chairs in the shopping street are taped and no seats are allowed. (Photo/Associated Press/Dazhi Video)

Cai Shanling/Comprehensive Report

2021-09-16 15:26:45

The outbreak of the new crown epidemic has severely hit the global economy. The repeated epidemics have completely unblocked them in no time. Except for a small number of industries that have grown against the trend under the epidemic, most other businesses have complained. According to statistics from Korean media, in the past one and a half years, on average, more than 1,000 businesses have closed down in South Korea every day. So far, at least 453,000 stores have been forced to close.

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According to a report by South Korea’s “Joongang Daily”, many businesses have suffered a sharp decline in their income due to the epidemic, and they are unable to pay rent and salaries. Boss Park, who runs a KTV in Pyeongtaek City, Gyeonggi Province, tried to pay rent through part-time delivery of food and labor during the epidemic, but was found to have died in the car on July 2 this year; on September 12, he was found dead in the car. The owner of a fried chicken shop in Nanlishui also committed suicide after leaving a suicide note. The words “I’m so tired” and “I’m too financially difficult, I’m sorry to my parents.” The report pointed out that there are many shopkeepers who committed suicide, because they have not been reported by the media, so they cannot get public condolences. Most of them feel that they are shameless and do not want to disclose the news after death. They can only handle their funeral affairs in silence; The store is almost always gritted and struggling. The Korean Federation of Small Workers and Businessmen and the National Self-employed Emergency Countermeasures Committee, at a press conference on the 14th of this month, urged the government to formulate countermeasures so as not to continue to push businesses into the abyss of tragedy.

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