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Friday, January 23, 2004

(Small businesses) Tobacco shop "50 meter rule" reinforced

There is a rule that there must be at least a 50 meter distance between shops selling tobacco (or that to be awarded a tobacco selling licence, there must be at least a 50 meter distance to the nearest tobacco selling shop). This rule has not been enforced in case the shop has been relocated after the licence has been given, so this loophole has been made us of, which is of course is nothing new. Now the rule will be reinforced to prohibit also shop relocations to a closer than 50m distance after the lincence has been issued (Hankyoreh).
Here's a shop called Honam Sanghoe selling tobacco in the now erazed Nan'gok hillside neighborhood in Sillim 7-tong.
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