China News Service, November 13th According to the Korea International Radio Station (KBS), on the 13th, the Korea Ministry of Health and Welfare issued the “Drinking Hazard Prevention and Implementation Plan” to promote public institutions, medical institutions and children and adolescent facilities. Designated as “Alcohol Zone”.
According to reports, the program specifically prohibits the sale of alcohol and alcohol in parks, office buildings, medical institutions, health centers, libraries, nurseries, kindergartens, primary and secondary schools and youth facilities. Relevant departments may investigate and administer alcohol drinking in public places such as parks in accordance with local self-government regulations.
According to current regulations, drinking in public places is not restricted. Some local governments can only investigate and deal with alcohol abuse on a temporary basis. The control is extremely limited.