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,806 metric tons in 2015 to 4,832 in 2017.?(Ock Hyun-ju/The Korea Herald)How people react The regulations drew mixed reactions from parkgoers. While the city government stressed the need to reduce the amount of trash, those interviewed by The Korea Herald said the main purpose of the regulations was to crack down on lewd acts in closed tents. ?쏧t is good that the government enforces some regulations for the parks??users,??said Lee Myung-sook, 51, a Seoul resident who was taking a rest on a bench at Banpo Hangang Park. ?쏷here have been too many closed tents and who knows what they do inside them. ??There are children in the park and it is a public space.?쒳oshua Hall, 29, an 롤대리 English instructor from the US, shared that perspective. ?쏧 think it?셲 not unreasonable for the government to ask people to open their tents at least a little bit,??he said. ?쏷he parks are definitely a public space and it?셲 probably in the best interest of the public to keep those spaces family-friendly.?쒹thers said 롤대리 it was excessive for the government to dictate what they viewed as personal choices, such as where to and 롤대리 how to set up tents. ?쏷he intention is good, but I don?셳 like the government forcing us to open the tent even when we don?셳 want to,??said Lee Jin-woo, 24, who was drinking beer with his girlfriend in front of a tent at Yeouido Hangang Park. Lee Soo-yeon, 20, a student who was installing a tent with her friend, questioned the effectiveness of the rules. ?쏧f the government wanted to prevent lewd acts, there should be an awareness-raising campaign (rather than requiring the tents to remain open),??she said. There were also practical reasons to complain about the new rules. ?쏧n the evenings, we might want to avoid strong winds and keep the tent closed,??Lee said.?(Ock Hyun-ju/The Korea Herald)Jin Jung-won, 34, who was playing with her 4-year-old at the park, said it was getting more
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