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concerns over ?쐇nappropriate??behavior in closed tents in public spaces.?쏦angang parks are public spaces shared by everyone. They are not for private use,??said Jung Soo-yong, who is in charge of projects along the Han River, citing Korea?셲 current River Act. Under the River Act, setting up tents and camping out in the riverside parks was originally outlawed. 롤듀오 But when citizens raised complaints over 롤듀오 a lack of shade in the parks to avoid the blazing sun, the government allowed the use of shade tents in 2004.In recent years, camping out with Korea?셲 signature chicken and beer has gained popularity, leading to a spike in the number of visitors and tents. That in turn led to complaints over littering and sexual behavior in closed tents.?(Ock Hyun-ju/The Korea Herald)?쏬ast year, the Hangang parks were like tent camps. The nature of the parks was severely damaged and the parks ended up being filled with trash at the end of each night,??he said. As part of the plan to keep the parks clean, the city government also laid out cleaning guidelines as well as plans to restrict the distribution of flyers for food delivery services and to collect trash more frequently. The number of people heading to the riverside parks has almost doubled over 10 years -- from 40 million in 2008 and 75 million in 2017, with 롤듀오 one person visiting a riverside park seven times per year on average, according to the municipality?셲 data. Yeouido Hangang Park attracts the most visitors, with about 30 percent of parkgoers choosing it. Amid the increase in the number of visitors, the amount of trash generated in the riverside parks has also risen more than 12 percent in a short time -- from 3
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