Sunday, January 3, 2010
The Heaviest Snow in Recent Years in South Korea
South Korea to stand against the flow heaviest snow in the last nine years. A large number of canceled flights and traffic standstill due to snow, 46 scheduled international flights from Gimpo Airport, Seoul, has been canceled. Country's meteorological agency said that Seoul has blanketed 21.5 cm of snow, Monday January 4, 2010, at 11 AM local time. That is the biggest outpouring of snow since 2001, who was then closed with the South Korean capital of 23.4 cm of snow. Seoul City Hall said it had 3600 officers assigned to clean the snow on the street and sprayed 2400 tons of calcium chloride to melt the snow. But the snow was still falling and the business does not seem effective. As a result of this snow many South Korean citizen activities stopped.
Labels: Natural Disasters