A travel advisory notice on a self-check in kiosk at Incheon International Airport
South Korea has extended its "special travel advisory" by another month, urging citizens to refrain from going abroad as the coronavirus pandemic continues to rage in many parts of the world.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Thursday the special advisory will continue until June 19 with the plan that it will be lifted automatically the following day.
Under the special advisory, South Koreans are recommended to cancel or postpone overseas trips while overseas citizens should take extra caution for their safety.
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