Please Refrain From Using Buses in Seoul Today : 97.6% of City Buses Have Ceased Operations

The Seoul City Bus Union Declared The Breakdown Of Negotiations Today And Commenced A Strike Starting At 4 a.m.

This marks the first bus strike in 12 years. With the union‘s strike, 7,210 out of 7,382 Seoul city buses, accounting for 97.6%, have ceased operation. To alleviate congestion during commute hours and ease inconvenience, the subway system will increase its total operations by 202 times for the day. The last train times will be extended from 1 a.m. to 2 a.m. based on the last stop.

Additional Update

On the same day, starting from 3:30 PM, the Seoul city bus strike has been withdrawn, and all routes are operating normally.

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