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    2021年01月22日
    取材に応じる金弁護士 元慰安婦勝訴、判決確定へ

    ソウル市内で取材に応じる金江菀弁護士(共同)

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    2021年01月22日
    ソウル市内の少女像 元慰安婦勝訴、判決確定へ

    ソウルの日本大使館前に設置されている従軍慰安婦の被害を象徴する少女像=22日(共同)

    撮影: 22日

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    2021年01月22日
    ソウル市内の少女像 元慰安婦勝訴、判決確定へ

    ソウルの日本大使館前に設置されている従軍慰安婦の被害を象徴する少女像=22日(共同)

    撮影: 22日

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    2021年01月18日
    文在寅大統領の記者会見 外交解決へ「原告説得」

    18日、ソウル市内の韓国大統領府で記者会見する文在寅大統領(共同)

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    2021年01月18日
    会見する文在寅大統領 外交解決へ「原告説得」

    18日、ソウル市内の韓国大統領府で記者会見する文在寅大統領(共同)

  • 2021年01月07日
    崔賢耕さん 韓国で日本の地酒浸透

    ソウル市で日本酒パブを経営する崔賢耕さん=2020年11月(共同)

    撮影: 2020年11月

  • 2021年01月02日
    伝統芸能を披露する演者 仮面劇でコロナ鬱屈解消

    本公演に先立ちソウル市内で韓国の伝統芸能「タルチュム」を報道陣に披露する演者=1日(共同)

    撮影: 1日

  • 2021年01月02日
    タルチュムの演者 仮面劇でコロナ鬱屈解消

    本公演に先立ちソウル市内で韓国の伝統芸能「タルチュム」を報道陣に披露する演者=1日(共同)

    撮影: 1日

  • 2020年12月31日
    New Year‘s Eve in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 31: Myeong-dong, once the busiest shopping district in Seoul, becomes empty due to the coronavirus pandemic on December 31, 2020. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Seoul Metropolitan Government announced that it canceled its annual New Year‘s Eve bell-ringing ceremony at the Bosingak Pavilion in central Seoul and will hold it virtually. A prerecorded ringing of the bell will be streamed on the city‘s Website at 00:00. The ceremony‘s cancellation is made for the first time in 67 years since it began in 1953. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月31日
    New Year‘s Eve in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 31: Myeong-dong, once the busiest shopping district in Seoul, becomes empty due to the coronavirus pandemic on December 31, 2020. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Seoul Metropolitan Government announced that it canceled its annual New Year‘s Eve bell-ringing ceremony at the Bosingak Pavilion in central Seoul and will hold it virtually. A prerecorded ringing of the bell will be streamed on the city‘s Website at 00:00. The ceremony‘s cancellation is made for the first time in 67 years since it began in 1953. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月31日
    New Year‘s Eve in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 31: Myeong-dong, once the busiest shopping district in Seoul, becomes empty due to the coronavirus pandemic on December 31, 2020. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Seoul Metropolitan Government announced that it canceled its annual New Year‘s Eve bell-ringing ceremony at the Bosingak Pavilion in central Seoul and will hold it virtually. A prerecorded ringing of the bell will be streamed on the city‘s Website at 00:00. The ceremony‘s cancellation is made for the first time in 67 years since it began in 1953. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月31日
    New Year‘s Eve in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 31: Myeong-dong, once the busiest shopping district in Seoul, becomes empty due to the coronavirus pandemic on December 31, 2020. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Seoul Metropolitan Government announced that it canceled its annual New Year‘s Eve bell-ringing ceremony at the Bosingak Pavilion in central Seoul and will hold it virtually. A prerecorded ringing of the bell will be streamed on the city‘s Website at 00:00. The ceremony‘s cancellation is made for the first time in 67 years since it began in 1953. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月31日
    New Year‘s Eve in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 31: Myeong-dong, once the busiest shopping district in Seoul, becomes empty due to the coronavirus pandemic on December 31, 2020. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Seoul Metropolitan Government announced that it canceled its annual New Year‘s Eve bell-ringing ceremony at the Bosingak Pavilion in central Seoul and will hold it virtually. A prerecorded ringing of the bell will be streamed on the city‘s Website at 00:00. The ceremony‘s cancellation is made for the first time in 67 years since it began in 1953. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月31日
    New Year‘s Eve in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 31: Myeong-dong, once the busiest shopping district in Seoul, becomes empty due to the coronavirus pandemic on December 31, 2020. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Seoul Metropolitan Government announced that it canceled its annual New Year‘s Eve bell-ringing ceremony at the Bosingak Pavilion in central Seoul and will hold it virtually. A prerecorded ringing of the bell will be streamed on the city‘s Website at 00:00. The ceremony‘s cancellation is made for the first time in 67 years since it began in 1953. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月31日
    New Year‘s Eve in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 31: Myeong-dong, once the busiest shopping district in Seoul, becomes empty due to the coronavirus pandemic on December 31, 2020. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Seoul Metropolitan Government announced that it canceled its annual New Year‘s Eve bell-ringing ceremony at the Bosingak Pavilion in central Seoul and will hold it virtually. A prerecorded ringing of the bell will be streamed on the city‘s Website at 00:00. The ceremony‘s cancellation is made for the first time in 67 years since it began in 1953. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月31日
    New Year‘s Eve in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 31: Myeong-dong, once the busiest shopping district in Seoul, becomes empty due to the coronavirus pandemic on December 31, 2020. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Seoul Metropolitan Government announced that it canceled its annual New Year‘s Eve bell-ringing ceremony at the Bosingak Pavilion in central Seoul and will hold it virtually. A prerecorded ringing of the bell will be streamed on the city‘s Website at 00:00. The ceremony‘s cancellation is made for the first time in 67 years since it began in 1953. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月31日
    New Year‘s Eve in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 31: Myeong-dong, once the busiest shopping district in Seoul, becomes empty due to the coronavirus pandemic on December 31, 2020. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Seoul Metropolitan Government announced that it canceled its annual New Year‘s Eve bell-ringing ceremony at the Bosingak Pavilion in central Seoul and will hold it virtually. A prerecorded ringing of the bell will be streamed on the city‘s Website at 00:00. The ceremony‘s cancellation is made for the first time in 67 years since it began in 1953. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月31日
    New Year‘s Eve in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 31: Myeongdong Cathedral in Seoul, South Korea, is pictured on December 31, 2020. Completed in 1898, Myeongdong Cathedral is the first Roman Catholic parish church in Korea and also the first Gothic building ever built in the nation. It was designated as Historic site No. 285. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Seoul Metropolitan Government announced that it canceled its annual New Year‘s Eve bell-ringing ceremony at the Bosingak Pavilion in central Seoul and will hold it virtually. A prerecorded ringing of the bell will be streamed on the city‘s Website at 00:00. The ceremony‘s cancellation is made for the first time in 67 years since it began in 1953. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月31日
    New Year‘s Eve in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 31: Myeongdong Cathedral in Seoul, South Korea, is pictured on December 31, 2020. Completed in 1898, Myeongdong Cathedral is the first Roman Catholic parish church in Korea and also the first Gothic building ever built in the nation. It was designated as Historic site No. 285. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Seoul Metropolitan Government announced that it canceled its annual New Year‘s Eve bell-ringing ceremony at the Bosingak Pavilion in central Seoul and will hold it virtually. A prerecorded ringing of the bell will be streamed on the city‘s Website at 00:00. The ceremony‘s cancellation is made for the first time in 67 years since it began in 1953. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月31日
    New Year‘s Eve in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 31: A Buddhist prays (or Buddhists pray) at the Jogyesa Buddhist temple in Seoul, South Korea, on December 31, 2020. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Seoul Metropolitan Government announced that it canceled its annual New Year‘s Eve bell-ringing ceremony at the Bosingak Pavilion in central Seoul and will hold it virtually. A prerecorded ringing of the bell will be streamed on the city‘s Website at 00:00. The ceremony‘s cancellation is made for the first time in 67 years since it began in 1953. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月31日
    New Year‘s Eve in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 31: A Buddhist lights a candle (or Buddhists light a candle) at the Jogyesa Buddhist temple in Seoul, South Korea, on December 31, 2020. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Seoul Metropolitan Government announced that it canceled its annual New Year‘s Eve bell-ringing ceremony at the Bosingak Pavilion in central Seoul and will hold it virtually. A prerecorded ringing of the bell will be streamed on the city‘s Website at 00:00. The ceremony‘s cancellation is made for the first time in 67 years since it began in 1953. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月31日
    New Year‘s Eve in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 31: A Buddhist prays (or Buddhists pray) at the Jogyesa Buddhist temple in Seoul, South Korea, on December 31, 2020. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Seoul Metropolitan Government announced that it canceled its annual New Year‘s Eve bell-ringing ceremony at the Bosingak Pavilion in central Seoul and will hold it virtually. A prerecorded ringing of the bell will be streamed on the city‘s Website at 00:00. The ceremony‘s cancellation is made for the first time in 67 years since it began in 1953. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月31日
    New Year‘s Eve in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 31: A Buddhist lights a candle (or Buddhists light a candle) at the Jogyesa Buddhist temple in Seoul, South Korea, on December 31, 2020. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Seoul Metropolitan Government announced that it canceled its annual New Year‘s Eve bell-ringing ceremony at the Bosingak Pavilion in central Seoul and will hold it virtually. A prerecorded ringing of the bell will be streamed on the city‘s Website at 00:00. The ceremony‘s cancellation is made for the first time in 67 years since it began in 1953. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月31日
    New Year‘s Eve in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 31: A Buddhist prays (or Buddhists pray) at the Jogyesa Buddhist temple in Seoul, South Korea, on December 31, 2020. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Seoul Metropolitan Government announced that it canceled its annual New Year‘s Eve bell-ringing ceremony at the Bosingak Pavilion in central Seoul and will hold it virtually. A prerecorded ringing of the bell will be streamed on the city‘s Website at 00:00. The ceremony‘s cancellation is made for the first time in 67 years since it began in 1953. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月31日
    New Year‘s Eve in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 31: A Buddhist prays (or Buddhists pray) at the Jogyesa Buddhist temple in Seoul, South Korea, on December 31, 2020. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Seoul Metropolitan Government announced that it canceled its annual New Year‘s Eve bell-ringing ceremony at the Bosingak Pavilion in central Seoul and will hold it virtually. A prerecorded ringing of the bell will be streamed on the city‘s Website at 00:00. The ceremony‘s cancellation is made for the first time in 67 years since it began in 1953. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月31日
    New Year‘s Eve in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 31: A Buddhist prays (or Buddhists pray) at the Jogyesa Buddhist temple in Seoul, South Korea, on December 31, 2020. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Seoul Metropolitan Government announced that it canceled its annual New Year‘s Eve bell-ringing ceremony at the Bosingak Pavilion in central Seoul and will hold it virtually. A prerecorded ringing of the bell will be streamed on the city‘s Website at 00:00. The ceremony‘s cancellation is made for the first time in 67 years since it began in 1953. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月31日
    New Year‘s Eve in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 31: A Buddhist prays (or Buddhists pray) at the Jogyesa Buddhist temple in Seoul, South Korea, on December 31, 2020. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Seoul Metropolitan Government announced that it canceled its annual New Year‘s Eve bell-ringing ceremony at the Bosingak Pavilion in central Seoul and will hold it virtually. A prerecorded ringing of the bell will be streamed on the city‘s Website at 00:00. The ceremony‘s cancellation is made for the first time in 67 years since it began in 1953. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月23日
    COVID-19 Testing Station, Seoul, South Korea - 23 Dec 2020

    Citizens line up at a temporary testing station set up at Seoul Plaza in front of Seoul City Hall in Seoul, South Korea, on December 23, 2020. South Korea reported 1,092 new cases as of 00:00, December 23, and the Seoul Metropolitan Government keeps urging the citizens to test COVID-19 no matter what they have symptoms or not. The South Korean Government has temporarily banned flights from the United Kingdom to prevent the spread of mutated UK coronavirus variant in South Korea.、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月23日
    COVID-19 Testing Station, Seoul, South Korea - 23 Dec 2020

    Citizens line up at a temporary testing station set up at Seoul Plaza in front of Seoul City Hall in Seoul, South Korea, on December 23, 2020. South Korea reported 1,092 new cases as of 00:00, December 23, and Seoul Metropolitan Government keeps urge to test COVID-19 no matter what the citizens have symptoms of COVID-19 or not. South Korean Government has temporarily banned flights from Britain to prevent spreading out new mutated COVID-19 in South Korea.、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月23日
    COVID-19 Testing Station, Seoul, South Korea - 23 Dec 2020

    A citizen hands over a test tube at the testing station of COVID-19 in Seoul, South Korea, on December 23, 2020. South Korea reported 1,092 new cases as of 00:00, December 23, and the Seoul Metropolitan Government keeps urging the citizens to test COVID-19 no matter what they have symptoms or not. The South Korean Government has temporarily banned flights from the United Kingdom to prevent the spread of mutated UK coronavirus variant in South Korea.、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月23日
    COVID-19 Testing Station, Seoul, South Korea - 23 Dec 2020

    A citizen hands over a test tube at the testing station of COVID-19 in Seoul, South Korea, on December 23, 2020. South Korea reported 1,092 new cases as of 00:00, December 23, and the Seoul Metropolitan Government keeps urging the citizens to test COVID-19 no matter what they have symptoms or not. The South Korean Government has temporarily banned flights from the United Kingdom to prevent the spread of mutated UK coronavirus variant in South Korea.、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月23日
    COVID-19 Testing Station, Seoul, South Korea - 23 Dec 2020

    Medical staff members take samples from citizens to test COVID-19 at a temporary testing station set up at Seoul Plaza in front of Seoul City Hall in Seoul, South Korea, on December 23, 2020. South Korean Government has temporarily banned flights from Britain to prevent spreading out new mutated COVID-19 in South Korea. South Korea reported 1,092 new cases as of 00:00, December 23, and Seoul Metropolitan Government keeps urge to test COVID-19 no matter what the citizens have symptoms of COVID-19 or not.、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月23日
    COVID-19 Testing Station, Seoul, South Korea - 23 Dec 2020

    Medical staff members take samples from citizens to test COVID-19 at a temporary testing station set up at Seoul Plaza in front of Seoul City Hall in Seoul, South Korea, on December 23, 2020. South Korea reported 1,092 new cases as of 00:00, December 23, and the Seoul Metropolitan Government keeps urging the citizens to test COVID-19 no matter what they have symptoms or not. The South Korean Government has temporarily banned flights from the United Kingdom to prevent the spread of mutated UK coronavirus variant in South Korea.、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月23日
    COVID-19 Testing Station, Seoul, South Korea - 23 Dec 2020

    Medical staff members take samples from citizens to test COVID-19 at a temporary testing station set up at Seoul Plaza in front of Seoul City Hall in Seoul, South Korea, on December 23, 2020. South Korea reported 1,092 new cases as of 00:00, December 23, and the Seoul Metropolitan Government keeps urging the citizens to test COVID-19 no matter what they have symptoms or not. The South Korean Government has temporarily banned flights from the United Kingdom to prevent the spread of mutated UK coronavirus variant in South Korea.、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月23日
    COVID-19 Testing Station, Seoul, South Korea - 23 Dec 2020

    A citizen hands over a test tube at the testing station of COVID-19 in Seoul, South Korea, on December 23, 2020. South Korea reported 1,092 new cases as of 00:00, December 23, and the Seoul Metropolitan Government keeps urging the citizens to test COVID-19 no matter what they have symptoms or not. The South Korean Government has temporarily banned flights from the United Kingdom to prevent the spread of mutated UK coronavirus variant in South Korea.、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月23日
    COVID-19 Testing Station, Seoul, South Korea - 23 Dec 2020

    Citizens line up to get COVID-19 test at testing station in Seoul, South Korea on December 23, 2020. South Korea reported 1,092 new cases as of 00:00, December 23, and the Seoul Metropolitan Government keeps urging the citizens to test COVID-19 no matter what they have symptoms or not. The South Korean Government has temporarily banned flights from the United Kingdom to prevent the spread of mutated UK coronavirus variant in South Korea.、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月23日
    Daily Life amid COVID-19 in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 23: Empty street alley is seen amid COVID-19 in Seoul, South Korea, on December 23, 2020. South Korea reported 1,092 new cases as of 00:00, December 23, and the Seoul Metropolitan Government keeps urging the citizens to test COVID-19 no matter what they have symptoms or not. The South Korean Government has temporarily banned flights from the United Kingdom to prevent the spread of mutated UK coronavirus variant in South Korea. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月23日
    Daily Life amid COVID-19 in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 23: Empty street alley is seen amid COVID-19 in Seoul, South Korea, on December 23, 2020. South Korea reported 1,092 new cases as of 00:00, December 23, and the Seoul Metropolitan Government keeps urging the citizens to test COVID-19 no matter what they have symptoms or not. The South Korean Government has temporarily banned flights from the United Kingdom to prevent the spread of mutated UK coronavirus variant in South Korea. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月23日
    Daily Life amid COVID-19 in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 23: Empty street alley is seen amid COVID-19 in Seoul, South Korea, on December 23, 2020. South Korea reported 1,092 new cases as of 00:00, December 23, and the Seoul Metropolitan Government keeps urging the citizens to test COVID-19 no matter what they have symptoms or not. The South Korean Government has temporarily banned flights from the United Kingdom to prevent the spread of mutated UK coronavirus variant in South Korea. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月23日
    Daily Life amid COVID-19 in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA-DEC 23: The Seoul Metropolitan Government issues its administrative order to close down places where many people gather, such as bars and dance clubs, in Seoul, South Korea, on December 23, 2020. South Korea reported 1,092 new cases as of 00:00, December 23, and the Seoul Metropolitan Government keeps urging the citizens to test COVID-19 no matter what they have symptoms or not. The South Korean Government has temporarily banned flights from the United Kingdom to prevent the spread of mutated UK coronavirus variant in South Korea. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月23日
    Daily Life amid COVID-19 in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 23: Empty street alley is seen amid COVID-19 in Seoul, South Korea, on December 23, 2020. South Korea reported 1,092 new cases as of 00:00, December 23, and the Seoul Metropolitan Government keeps urging the citizens to test COVID-19 no matter what they have symptoms or not. The South Korean Government has temporarily banned flights from the United Kingdom to prevent the spread of mutated UK coronavirus variant in South Korea. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月23日
    Daily Life amid COVID-19 in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA-DEC 23: Citizens, wearing a mask, shop at Namdaemun traditional market in Seoul, South Korea on December 23, 2020. South Korea reported 1,092 new cases as of 00:00, December 23, and the Seoul Metropolitan Government keeps urging the citizens to test COVID-19 no matter what they have symptoms or not. The South Korean Government has temporarily banned flights from the United Kingdom to prevent the spread of mutated UK coronavirus variant in South Korea. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月23日
    Daily Life amid COVID-19 in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA-DEC 23: Citizens, wearing a mask, shop at Namdaemun traditional market in Seoul, South Korea on December 23, 2020. South Korea reported 1,092 new cases as of 00:00, December 23, and the Seoul Metropolitan Government keeps urging the citizens to test COVID-19 no matter what they have symptoms or not. The South Korean Government has temporarily banned flights from the United Kingdom to prevent the spread of mutated UK coronavirus variant in South Korea. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月23日
    Daily Life amid COVID-19 in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA-DEC 23: A citizen, wearing a mask, shops at Namdaemun traditional market in Seoul, South Korea on December 23, 2020. South Korea reported 1,092 new cases as of 00:00, December 23, and the Seoul Metropolitan Government keeps urging the citizens to test COVID-19 no matter what they have symptoms or not. The South Korean Government has temporarily banned flights from the United Kingdom to prevent the spread of mutated UK coronavirus variant in South Korea. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月23日
    Daily Life amid COVID-19 in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 23: A Santa Claus customed citizen, wearing a mask, walk on the Namdaemun traditional market in Seoul, South Korea, on December 23, 2020. South Korea reported 1,092 new cases as of 00:00, December 23, and the Seoul Metropolitan Government keeps urging the citizens to test COVID-19 no matter what they have symptoms or not. The South Korean Government has temporarily banned flights from the United Kingdom to prevent the spread of mutated UK coronavirus variant in South Korea. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月23日
    Daily Life amid COVID-19 in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 23: A Santa Claus customed citizen, wearing a mask, walk on the Namdaemun traditional market in Seoul, South Korea, on December 23, 2020. South Korea reported 1,092 new cases as of 00:00, December 23, and the Seoul Metropolitan Government keeps urging the citizens to test COVID-19 no matter what they have symptoms or not. The South Korean Government has temporarily banned flights from the United Kingdom to prevent the spread of mutated UK coronavirus variant in South Korea. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月23日
    Daily Life amid COVID-19 in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 23: A Santa Claus customed citizen, wearing a mask, walk on the Namdaemun traditional market in Seoul, South Korea, on December 23, 2020. South Korea reported 1,092 new cases as of 00:00, December 23, and the Seoul Metropolitan Government keeps urging the citizens to test COVID-19 no matter what they have symptoms or not. The South Korean Government has temporarily banned flights from the United Kingdom to prevent the spread of mutated UK coronavirus variant in South Korea. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月23日
    Daily Life amid COVID-19 in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA-DEC 23: Citizens, wearing a mask, shop at Namdaemun traditional market in Seoul, South Korea on December 23, 2020. South Korea reported 1,092 new cases as of 00:00, December 23, and the Seoul Metropolitan Government keeps urging the citizens to test COVID-19 no matter what they have symptoms or not. The South Korean Government has temporarily banned flights from the United Kingdom to prevent the spread of mutated UK coronavirus variant in South Korea. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月23日
    Daily Life amid COVID-19 in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA-DEC 23: Citizens, wearing a mask, shop at Namdaemun traditional market in Seoul, South Korea on December 23, 2020. South Korea reported 1,092 new cases as of 00:00, December 23, and the Seoul Metropolitan Government keeps urging the citizens to test COVID-19 no matter what they have symptoms or not. The South Korean Government has temporarily banned flights from the United Kingdom to prevent the spread of mutated UK coronavirus variant in South Korea. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月23日
    Daily Life amid COVID-19 in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA-DEC 23: Citizens, wearing a mask, shop at Namdaemun traditional market in Seoul, South Korea on December 23, 2020. South Korea reported 1,092 new cases as of 00:00, December 23, and the Seoul Metropolitan Government keeps urging the citizens to test COVID-19 no matter what they have symptoms or not. The South Korean Government has temporarily banned flights from the United Kingdom to prevent the spread of mutated UK coronavirus variant in South Korea. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月23日
    Daily Life amid COVID-19 in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 23: Citizens, wearing a mask, walk past in front of the shop closed down due to COVID-19‘s economic impact at Namdaemun traditional market in Seoul, South Korea on December 23, 2020. South Korea reported 1,092 new cases as of 00:00, December 23, and the Seoul Metropolitan Government keeps urging the citizens to test COVID-19 no matter what they have symptoms or not. The South Korean Government has temporarily banned flights from the United Kingdom to prevent the spread of mutated UK coronavirus variant in South Korea. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月23日
    Daily Life amid COVID-19 in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 23: Citizens, wearing a mask, walk past in front of the shop closed down due to COVID-19‘s economic impact at Namdaemun traditional market in Seoul, South Korea on December 23, 2020. South Korea reported 1,092 new cases as of 00:00, December 23, and the Seoul Metropolitan Government keeps urging the citizens to test COVID-19 no matter what they have symptoms or not. The South Korean Government has temporarily banned flights from the United Kingdom to prevent the spread of mutated UK coronavirus variant in South Korea. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月23日
    Daily Life amid COVID-19 in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA-DEC 23: Citizens, wearing a mask, shop at Namdaemun traditional market in Seoul, South Korea on December 23, 2020. South Korea reported 1,092 new cases as of 00:00, December 23, and the Seoul Metropolitan Government keeps urging the citizens to test COVID-19 no matter what they have symptoms or not. The South Korean Government has temporarily banned flights from the United Kingdom to prevent the spread of mutated UK coronavirus variant in South Korea. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月23日
    Daily Life amid COVID-19 in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA-DEC 23: Citizens, wearing a mask, shop at Namdaemun traditional market in Seoul, South Korea on December 23, 2020. South Korea reported 1,092 new cases as of 00:00, December 23, and the Seoul Metropolitan Government keeps urging the citizens to test COVID-19 no matter what they have symptoms or not. The South Korean Government has temporarily banned flights from the United Kingdom to prevent the spread of mutated UK coronavirus variant in South Korea. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月23日
    Daily Life amid COVID-19 in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA-DEC 23: Citizens, wearing a mask, shop at Namdaemun traditional market in Seoul, South Korea on December 23, 2020. South Korea reported 1,092 new cases as of 00:00, December 23, and the Seoul Metropolitan Government keeps urging the citizens to test COVID-19 no matter what they have symptoms or not. The South Korean Government has temporarily banned flights from the United Kingdom to prevent the spread of mutated UK coronavirus variant in South Korea. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月23日
    Daily Life amid COVID-19 in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA-DEC 23: Citizens, wearing a mask, across the road in Seoul, South Korea, on December 23, 2020. South Korea reported 1,092 new cases as of 00:00, December 23, and the Seoul Metropolitan Government keeps urging the citizens to test COVID-19 no matter what they have symptoms or not. The South Korean Government has temporarily banned flights from the United Kingdom to prevent the spread of mutated UK coronavirus variant in South Korea. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月23日
    Daily Life amid COVID-19 in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA-DEC 23: Citizens, wearing a mask, read newspaper board in Seoul, South Korea on December 23, 2020. South Korea reported 1,092 new cases as of 00:00, December 23, and the Seoul Metropolitan Government keeps urging the citizens to test COVID-19 no matter what they have symptoms or not. The South Korean Government has temporarily banned flights from the United Kingdom to prevent the spread of mutated UK coronavirus variant in South Korea. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月23日
    Daily Life amid COVID-19 in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA-DEC 23: Citizens, wearing a mask, across the road in Seoul, South Korea, on December 23, 2020. South Korea reported 1,092 new cases as of 00:00, December 23, and the Seoul Metropolitan Government keeps urging the citizens to test COVID-19 no matter what they have symptoms or not. The South Korean Government has temporarily banned flights from the United Kingdom to prevent the spread of mutated UK coronavirus variant in South Korea. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月23日
    Daily Life amid COVID-19 in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA-DEC 23: Citizens, wearing a mask, across the road in Seoul, South Korea, on December 23, 2020. South Korea reported 1,092 new cases as of 00:00, December 23, and the Seoul Metropolitan Government keeps urging the citizens to test COVID-19 no matter what they have symptoms or not. The South Korean Government has temporarily banned flights from the United Kingdom to prevent the spread of mutated UK coronavirus variant in South Korea. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月23日
    Daily Life amid COVID-19 in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA-DEC 23: Citizens, wearing a mask, across the road in Seoul, South Korea, on December 23, 2020. South Korea reported 1,092 new cases as of 00:00, December 23, and the Seoul Metropolitan Government keeps urging the citizens to test COVID-19 no matter what they have symptoms or not. The South Korean Government has temporarily banned flights from the United Kingdom to prevent the spread of mutated UK coronavirus variant in South Korea. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月23日
    Daily Life amid COVID-19 in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA-DEC 23: Citizens, wearing a mask, across the road in Seoul, South Korea, on December 23, 2020. South Korea reported 1,092 new cases as of 00:00, December 23, and the Seoul Metropolitan Government keeps urging the citizens to test COVID-19 no matter what they have symptoms or not. The South Korean Government has temporarily banned flights from the United Kingdom to prevent the spread of mutated UK coronavirus variant in South Korea. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月23日
    Daily Life amid COVID-19 in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA-DEC 23: Citizens, wearing a mask, across the road in Seoul, South Korea, on December 23, 2020. South Korea reported 1,092 new cases as of 00:00, December 23, and the Seoul Metropolitan Government keeps urging the citizens to test COVID-19 no matter what they have symptoms or not. The South Korean Government has temporarily banned flights from the United Kingdom to prevent the spread of mutated UK coronavirus variant in South Korea. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月18日
    Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 18: Citizens line up to test COVID-19 at a temporary testing station set up at Seoul Plaza in front of Seoul City Hall in Seoul, South Korea, on December 18, 2020. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has operated 56 temporary coronavirus testing booths since December 14 at major places throughout the city mainly to detect asymptomatic patients. As of December 17, 116 people tested positive from the city-run temporary testing stations. Regardless of symptoms, any citizen can get tested free of charge at one of those testing stations. South Korea reported 1,062 new cases as of 00:00, December 18.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月18日
    Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 18: Citizens line up to test COVID-19 at a temporary testing station set up at Seoul Plaza in front of Seoul City Hall in Seoul, South Korea, on December 18, 2020. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has operated 56 temporary coronavirus testing booths since December 14 at major places throughout the city mainly to detect asymptomatic patients. As of December 17, 116 people tested positive from the city-run temporary testing stations. Regardless of symptoms, any citizen can get tested free of charge at one of those testing stations. South Korea reported 1,062 new cases as of 00:00, December 18.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月18日
    Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 18: Citizens wait test COVID-19 at a temporary testing station set up at Seoul Plaza in front of Seoul City Hall in Seoul, South Korea, on December 18, 2020. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has operated 56 temporary coronavirus testing booths since December 14 at major places throughout the city mainly to detect asymptomatic patients. As of December 17, 116 people tested positive from the city-run temporary testing stations. Regardless of symptoms, any citizen can get tested free of charge at one of those testing stations. South Korea reported 1,062 new cases as of 00:00, December 18.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月18日
    Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 18: Citizens line up to test COVID-19 at a temporary testing station set up at Seoul Plaza in front of Seoul City Hall in Seoul, South Korea, on December 18, 2020. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has operated 56 temporary coronavirus testing booths since December 14 at major places throughout the city mainly to detect asymptomatic patients. As of December 17, 116 people tested positive from the city-run temporary testing stations. Regardless of symptoms, any citizen can get tested free of charge at one of those testing stations. South Korea reported 1,062 new cases as of 00:00, December 18.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月18日
    Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 18: Citizens line up to test COVID-19 at a temporary testing station set up at Seoul Plaza in front of Seoul City Hall in Seoul, South Korea, on December 18, 2020. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has operated 56 temporary coronavirus testing booths since December 14 at major places throughout the city mainly to detect asymptomatic patients. As of December 17, 116 people tested positive from the city-run temporary testing stations. Regardless of symptoms, any citizen can get tested free of charge at one of those testing stations. South Korea reported 1,062 new cases as of 00:00, December 18.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月18日
    Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 18: The Presidential Blue House is seen in Seoul, South Korea, on December 18, 2020. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has operated 56 temporary coronavirus testing booths since December 14 at major places throughout the city mainly to detect asymptomatic patients. As of December 17, 116 people tested positive from the city-run temporary testing stations. Regardless of symptoms, any citizen can get tested free of charge at one of those testing stations. South Korea reported 1,062 new cases as of 00:00, December 18.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月18日
    Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 18: Gyeongbokgung Palace is seen in Seoul, South Korea, on December 18, 2020. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has operated 56 temporary coronavirus testing booths since December 14 at major places throughout the city mainly to detect asymptomatic patients. As of December 17, 116 people tested positive from the city-run temporary testing stations. Regardless of symptoms, any citizen can get tested free of charge at one of those testing stations. South Korea reported 1,062 new cases as of 00:00, December 18.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月18日
    Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 18: The Presidential Blue House is seen in Seoul, South Korea, on December 18, 2020. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has operated 56 temporary coronavirus testing booths since December 14 at major places throughout the city mainly to detect asymptomatic patients. As of December 17, 116 people tested positive from the city-run temporary testing stations. Regardless of symptoms, any citizen can get tested free of charge at one of those testing stations. South Korea reported 1,062 new cases as of 00:00, December 18.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月18日
    Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 18: Citizens line up to test COVID-19 at a temporary testing station set up at Seoul Plaza in front of Seoul City Hall in Seoul, South Korea, on December 18, 2020. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has operated 56 temporary coronavirus testing booths since December 14 at major places throughout the city mainly to detect asymptomatic patients. As of December 17, 116 people tested positive from the city-run temporary testing stations. Regardless of symptoms, any citizen can get tested free of charge at one of those testing stations. South Korea reported 1,062 new cases as of 00:00, December 18.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月18日
    Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 18: Citizens line up to test COVID-19 at a temporary testing station set up at Seoul Plaza in front of Seoul City Hall in Seoul, South Korea, on December 18, 2020. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has operated 56 temporary coronavirus testing booths since December 14 at major places throughout the city mainly to detect asymptomatic patients. As of December 17, 116 people tested positive from the city-run temporary testing stations. Regardless of symptoms, any citizen can get tested free of charge at one of those testing stations. South Korea reported 1,062 new cases as of 00:00, December 18.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月18日
    Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 18: Citizens line up to test COVID-19 at a temporary testing station set up at Seoul Plaza in front of Seoul City Hall in Seoul, South Korea, on December 18, 2020. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has operated 56 temporary coronavirus testing booths since December 14 at major places throughout the city mainly to detect asymptomatic patients. As of December 17, 116 people tested positive from the city-run temporary testing stations. Regardless of symptoms, any citizen can get tested free of charge at one of those testing stations. South Korea reported 1,062 new cases as of 00:00, December 18.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月18日
    Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 18: Citizens line up to test COVID-19 at a temporary testing station set up at Seoul Plaza in front of Seoul City Hall in Seoul, South Korea, on December 18, 2020. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has operated 56 temporary coronavirus testing booths since December 14 at major places throughout the city mainly to detect asymptomatic patients. As of December 17, 116 people tested positive from the city-run temporary testing stations. Regardless of symptoms, any citizen can get tested free of charge at one of those testing stations. South Korea reported 1,062 new cases as of 00:00, December 18.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月18日
    Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 18: Gyeongbokgung Palace is seen in Seoul, South Korea, on December 18, 2020. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has operated 56 temporary coronavirus testing booths since December 14 at major places throughout the city mainly to detect asymptomatic patients. As of December 17, 116 people tested positive from the city-run temporary testing stations. Regardless of symptoms, any citizen can get tested free of charge at one of those testing stations. South Korea reported 1,062 new cases as of 00:00, December 18.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月18日
    Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 18: Citizens line up to test COVID-19 at a temporary testing station set up at Seoul Plaza in front of Seoul City Hall in Seoul, South Korea, on December 18, 2020. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has operated 56 temporary coronavirus testing booths since December 14 at major places throughout the city mainly to detect asymptomatic patients. As of December 17, 116 people tested positive from the city-run temporary testing stations. Regardless of symptoms, any citizen can get tested free of charge at one of those testing stations. South Korea reported 1,062 new cases as of 00:00, December 18.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月18日
    Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 18: Citizens line up to test COVID-19 at a temporary testing station set up at Seoul Plaza in front of Seoul City Hall in Seoul, South Korea, on December 18, 2020. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has operated 56 temporary coronavirus testing booths since December 14 at major places throughout the city mainly to detect asymptomatic patients. As of December 17, 116 people tested positive from the city-run temporary testing stations. Regardless of symptoms, any citizen can get tested free of charge at one of those testing stations. South Korea reported 1,062 new cases as of 00:00, December 18.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月18日
    Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 18: Citizens line up to test COVID-19 at a temporary testing station set up at Seoul Plaza in front of Seoul City Hall in Seoul, South Korea, on December 18, 2020. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has operated 56 temporary coronavirus testing booths since December 14 at major places throughout the city mainly to detect asymptomatic patients. As of December 17, 116 people tested positive from the city-run temporary testing stations. Regardless of symptoms, any citizen can get tested free of charge at one of those testing stations. South Korea reported 1,062 new cases as of 00:00, December 18.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月18日
    Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 18: Medical staff members prepare for testing COVID-19 at a temporary testing station set up at Seoul Plaza in front of Seoul City Hall in Seoul, South Korea, on December 18, 2020. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has operated 56 temporary coronavirus testing booths since December 14 at major places throughout the city mainly to detect asymptomatic patients. As of December 17, 116 people tested positive from the city-run temporary testing stations. Regardless of symptoms, any citizen can get tested free of charge at one of those testing stations. South Korea reported 1,062 new cases as of 00:00, December 18.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月18日
    Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 18: Medical staff members take samples from citizens to test COVID-19 at a temporary testing station set up at Seoul Plaza in front of Seoul City Hall in Seoul, South Korea, on December 18, 2020. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has operated 56 temporary coronavirus testing booths since December 14 at major places throughout the city mainly to detect asymptomatic patients. As of December 17, 116 people tested positive from the city-run temporary testing stations. Regardless of symptoms, any citizen can get tested free of charge at one of those testing stations. South Korea reported 1,062 new cases as of 00:00, December 18.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月18日
    Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 18: Medical staff members take samples from citizens to test COVID-19 at a temporary testing station set up at Seoul Plaza in front of Seoul City Hall in Seoul, South Korea, on December 18, 2020. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has operated 56 temporary coronavirus testing booths since December 14 at major places throughout the city mainly to detect asymptomatic patients. As of December 17, 116 people tested positive from the city-run temporary testing stations. Regardless of symptoms, any citizen can get tested free of charge at one of those testing stations. South Korea reported 1,062 new cases as of 00:00, December 18.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月18日
    Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 18: Citizens line up to test COVID-19 at a temporary testing station set up at Seoul Plaza in front of Seoul City Hall in Seoul, South Korea, on December 18, 2020. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has operated 56 temporary coronavirus testing booths since December 14 at major places throughout the city mainly to detect asymptomatic patients. As of December 17, 116 people tested positive from the city-run temporary testing stations. Regardless of symptoms, any citizen can get tested free of charge at one of those testing stations. South Korea reported 1,062 new cases as of 00:00, December 18.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月18日
    Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 18: Citizens line up to test COVID-19 at a temporary testing station set up at Seoul Plaza in front of Seoul City Hall in Seoul, South Korea, on December 18, 2020. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has operated 56 temporary coronavirus testing booths since December 14 at major places throughout the city mainly to detect asymptomatic patients. As of December 17, 116 people tested positive from the city-run temporary testing stations. Regardless of symptoms, any citizen can get tested free of charge at one of those testing stations. South Korea reported 1,062 new cases as of 00:00, December 18.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月18日
    Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 18: Citizens line up to test COVID-19 at a temporary testing station set up at Seoul Plaza in front of Seoul City Hall in Seoul, South Korea, on December 18, 2020. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has operated 56 temporary coronavirus testing booths since December 14 at major places throughout the city mainly to detect asymptomatic patients. As of December 17, 116 people tested positive from the city-run temporary testing stations. Regardless of symptoms, any citizen can get tested free of charge at one of those testing stations. South Korea reported 1,062 new cases as of 00:00, December 18.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月18日
    Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 18: Medical staff members prepare for testing COVID-19 at a temporary testing station set up at Seoul Plaza in front of Seoul City Hall in Seoul, South Korea, on December 18, 2020. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has operated 56 temporary coronavirus testing booths since December 14 at major places throughout the city mainly to detect asymptomatic patients. As of December 17, 116 people tested positive from the city-run temporary testing stations. Regardless of symptoms, any citizen can get tested free of charge at one of those testing stations. South Korea reported 1,062 new cases as of 00:00, December 18.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月18日
    Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 18: Citizens line up to test COVID-19 at a temporary testing station set up at Seoul Plaza in front of Seoul City Hall in Seoul, South Korea, on December 18, 2020. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has operated 56 temporary coronavirus testing booths since December 14 at major places throughout the city mainly to detect asymptomatic patients. As of December 17, 116 people tested positive from the city-run temporary testing stations. Regardless of symptoms, any citizen can get tested free of charge at one of those testing stations. South Korea reported 1,062 new cases as of 00:00, December 18.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月18日
    Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 18: Medical staff members prepare for testing COVID-19 at a temporary testing station set up at Seoul Plaza in front of Seoul City Hall in Seoul, South Korea, on December 18, 2020. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has operated 56 temporary coronavirus testing booths since December 14 at major places throughout the city mainly to detect asymptomatic patients. As of December 17, 116 people tested positive from the city-run temporary testing stations. Regardless of symptoms, any citizen can get tested free of charge at one of those testing stations. South Korea reported 1,062 new cases as of 00:00, December 18.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月18日
    Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 18: Medical staff members take samples from citizens to test COVID-19 at a temporary testing station set up at Seoul Plaza in front of Seoul City Hall in Seoul, South Korea, on December 18, 2020. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has operated 56 temporary coronavirus testing booths since December 14 at major places throughout the city mainly to detect asymptomatic patients. As of December 17, 116 people tested positive from the city-run temporary testing stations. Regardless of symptoms, any citizen can get tested free of charge at one of those testing stations. South Korea reported 1,062 new cases as of 00:00, December 18.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月18日
    Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 18: Citizens line up to test COVID-19 at a temporary testing station set up at Seoul Plaza in front of Seoul City Hall in Seoul, South Korea, on December 18, 2020. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has operated 56 temporary coronavirus testing booths since December 14 at major places throughout the city mainly to detect asymptomatic patients. As of December 17, 116 people tested positive from the city-run temporary testing stations. Regardless of symptoms, any citizen can get tested free of charge at one of those testing stations. South Korea reported 1,062 new cases as of 00:00, December 18.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月18日
    Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 18: Medical staff members take samples from citizens to test COVID-19 at a temporary testing station set up at Seoul Plaza in front of Seoul City Hall in Seoul, South Korea, on December 18, 2020. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has operated 56 temporary coronavirus testing booths since December 14 at major places throughout the city mainly to detect asymptomatic patients. As of December 17, 116 people tested positive from the city-run temporary testing stations. Regardless of symptoms, any citizen can get tested free of charge at one of those testing stations. South Korea reported 1,062 new cases as of 00:00, December 18.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月18日
    Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 18: Medical staff members take samples from citizens to test COVID-19 at a temporary testing station set up at Seoul Plaza in front of Seoul City Hall in Seoul, South Korea, on December 18, 2020. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has operated 56 temporary coronavirus testing booths since December 14 at major places throughout the city mainly to detect asymptomatic patients. As of December 17, 116 people tested positive from the city-run temporary testing stations. Regardless of symptoms, any citizen can get tested free of charge at one of those testing stations. South Korea reported 1,062 new cases as of 00:00, December 18.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月18日
    Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 18: Medical staff members take samples from citizens to test COVID-19 at a temporary testing station set up at Seoul Plaza in front of Seoul City Hall in Seoul, South Korea, on December 18, 2020. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has operated 56 temporary coronavirus testing booths since December 14 at major places throughout the city mainly to detect asymptomatic patients. As of December 17, 116 people tested positive from the city-run temporary testing stations. Regardless of symptoms, any citizen can get tested free of charge at one of those testing stations. South Korea reported 1,062 new cases as of 00:00, December 18.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月18日
    Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 18: Medical staff members prepare for testing COVID-19 at a temporary testing station set up at Seoul Plaza in front of Seoul City Hall in Seoul, South Korea, on December 18, 2020. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has operated 56 temporary coronavirus testing booths since December 14 at major places throughout the city mainly to detect asymptomatic patients. As of December 17, 116 people tested positive from the city-run temporary testing stations. Regardless of symptoms, any citizen can get tested free of charge at one of those testing stations. South Korea reported 1,062 new cases as of 00:00, December 18.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月18日
    New coronavirus New coronavirus

    New coronavirus Acting Seoul Mayor Seo Jeong-hyup (front) views a negative pressure quarantine room set up at a makeshift clinic in a parking lot of a hospital in Seoul on Dec. 18, 2020, to treat people infected with the new coronavirus. (Yonhap)/2020-12-18 11:58:11/<Copyright ⓒ 1980-2020 YONHAPNEWS AGENCY. All rights reserved.>=クレジット:Yonhap News Agency/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2020年12月13日
    Christmas in Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 13: Citizens, wearing a mask, shop around in Myeong-dong, once the busiest shopping district in the city, in Seoul, South Korea, on December 13, 2020. Korea‘s daily COVID-19 cases surpassed 1,000 for the first time, reaching 1,030 as of 12 a.m. on December 13. As it marked the highest in the country, Korean authorities are considering enforcing the strictest level of social distancing measures to curb the virus. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has raised its social distancing to level 2.5 in the Seoul metropolitan area since December 8.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月13日
    Christmas in Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 13: Citizens, wearing a mask, shop around in Myeong-dong, once the busiest shopping district in the city, in Seoul, South Korea, on December 13, 2020. Korea‘s daily COVID-19 cases surpassed 1,000 for the first time, reaching 1,030 as of 12 a.m. on December 13. As it marked the highest in the country, Korean authorities are considering enforcing the strictest level of social distancing measures to curb the virus. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has raised its social distancing to level 2.5 in the Seoul metropolitan area since December 8.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月13日
    Christmas in Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 13: Citizens, wearing a mask, shop around in Myeong-dong, once the busiest shopping district in the city, in Seoul, South Korea, on December 13, 2020. Korea‘s daily COVID-19 cases surpassed 1,000 for the first time, reaching 1,030 as of 12 a.m. on December 13. As it marked the highest in the country, Korean authorities are considering enforcing the strictest level of social distancing measures to curb the virus. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has raised its social distancing to level 2.5 in the Seoul metropolitan area since December 8.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月13日
    Christmas in Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 13: Citizens, wearing a mask, shop around in Myeong-dong, once the busiest shopping district in the city, in Seoul, South Korea, on December 13, 2020. Korea‘s daily COVID-19 cases surpassed 1,000 for the first time, reaching 1,030 as of 12 a.m. on December 13. As it marked the highest in the country, Korean authorities are considering enforcing the strictest level of social distancing measures to curb the virus. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has raised its social distancing to level 2.5 in the Seoul metropolitan area since December 8.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月13日
    Christmas in Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 13: Citizens, wearing a mask, shop around in Myeong-dong, once the busiest shopping district in the city, in Seoul, South Korea, on December 13, 2020. Korea‘s daily COVID-19 cases surpassed 1,000 for the first time, reaching 1,030 as of 12 a.m. on December 13. As it marked the highest in the country, Korean authorities are considering enforcing the strictest level of social distancing measures to curb the virus. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has raised its social distancing to level 2.5 in the Seoul metropolitan area since December 8.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2020年12月13日
    Christmas in Seoul amid COVID-19

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 13: Citizens cross the road near Myeong-dong shopping district amid COVID-19 in Seoul, South Korea, on December 13, 2020. South Korea‘s daily COVID-19 cases surpassed 1,000 for the first time, reaching 1,030 as of 12 a.m. on December 13. As it marked the highest in the country, Korean authorities are considering enforcing the strictest level of social distancing measures to curb the virus. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has raised its social distancing to level 2.5 in the Seoul metropolitan area since December 8.(Photo by Seokyong Lee/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

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