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BUSAN, South Korea -- Updating an earlier story, bus service was returned to normal around the city and country this morning at 6:20 a.m. after staging a brief walkout in protest of a new parliamentary bill favoring taxis as public transport, according to Yonhap News.

Most buses around Busan are running, while Ulsan buses are running at approximately 85 percent. Most buses in Gyeongnam, and all in Seoul, are also currently running, according to the Busan Ilbo.


 

UPDATE: Bus Service Resumed To Normal


BUSAN, South Korea — Updating an earlier story, bus service was returned to normal around the city and country this morning at 6:20 a.m. after staging a brief walkout in protest of a new parliamentary bill favoring taxis as public transport, according to Yonhap News.

Most buses around Busan are running, while Ulsan buses are running at approximately 85 percent. Most buses in Gyeongnam, and all in Seoul, are also currently running, according to the Busan Ilbo.


 

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