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Protesters call for South Korea's businesses to reopen amid Covid-19 pandemic


Seoul, Jan 12 (EFE/EPA).- Group of demonstrators were outside South Korean ruling Democratic Party headquarters in the capital, Seoul, Tuesday morning calling for businesses to reopen amid the COVID-19 pandemic.Members of an association of billiard room owners and fitness trainers rallied against tightened social distancing rules and to call for the government to take realistic steps in allowing the reopening of indoor sports facilities. (Camera: JEON HEON-KYUN).SHOT LIST: MEMBERS OF AN ASSOCIATION OF BILLIARD ROOM OWNERS WEAR CLOTHING ASSOCIATED WITH MOURNING AND FITNESS TRAINERS TAKE PART IN A PROTEST AGAINST GOVERNMENT'S CORONAVIRUS POLICY OUTSIDE THE RULING DEMOCRATIC PARTY HEADQUARTERS IN SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA.

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