The reason why the Prime Minister of Korea emphasized “Do not put bananas in the lunch box of the closing ceremony”

On the afternoon of the 11th, the closing ceremony and K- pop concert of the ‘2030 Saemangeum Scout Jamboree’ will be held at the Sangam World Cup Stadium in Mapo-gu, Seoul . As more than 40,000 members, who had been scattered across eight cities and provinces nationwide, are gathering, the government has fully prepared by mobilizing all available resources. Prime Minister Han Deok-soo took care of each lunchbox menu and said, “First is safety, second is safety.”

On this day, the Jamboree members enter the stadium in a set order from 2:00 pm to 5:30 pm. The traffic lines were distributed so that the crowds did not gather at once. A government official said, “The arrangement of seats and the order of departure were also decided considering the time required to return to the accommodation and the departure schedule the next day.메이저놀이터” The government has prepared a total of 43,000 seats, including 37,000 seats in the audience and 6,000 seats on the ground. The closing ceremony will be held from 5:30 pm to 30 minutes, and the K-pop concert featuring famous idol groups such as New Jeans, Ive, and Itzy will be held from 7 pm to 9 pm.

Since they spend a lot of time inside the stadium, they will be provided with 90,000 bottles of water and a dinner box that can be stored at room temperature, such as croissants. In the process, it is known that Prime Minister Han emphasized, “Don’t put bananas in there, as members of the crew could slip on the peel.” In the early stages of this competition, incidents and accidents continued, but thorough safety measures were emphasized in order to reap the ‘beauty of the end’. On this day, 600 police officers will be in charge of managing crowds and maintaining order, and 200 firefighters and 40 medical staff will be deployed to quickly respond to emergency patients. In addition, 30 portable toilets were additionally installed and more than 200 cleaning staff were put in for a pleasant performance.

At the Saemangeum Jamboree Emergency Response Meeting presided over this morning, Prime Minister Han said, “The most important thing is safety first, safety second.” Please prepare carefully.” In addition, he said, “The police, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, the Ministry of Public Administration and Security, and the fire department should share risk information in real time and remove risk factors preemptively.” President Yoon Seok-yeol also asked Prime Minister Han, “Please provide maximum support after the closing ceremony until departure.”

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