It is a drone light show over the Han River in the capital Seoul.
South Korea has done an extremely good job when it comes to fighting the coronavirus pandemic.
However, as experts warn of a second wave of infection, the government has organized an unusual way to thank medical staff for their hard work and remind citizens to adhere to preventative measures. It is a drone light show over the Han River in the capital Seoul.
The spectacle took place last Friday, July 6, and in 10 minutes it lasted 300 drones, France 24 and Al Jazeera report. The performance was organized by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport with the aim of expressing gratitude to health workers on the first line of the fight against the virus, writes The Verge.
The event began with messages reminding citizens to wear masks, wash their hands and respect the rules of social distancing, followed by messages of gratitude to doctors, nurses and other medical staff. At the end of the spectacle, the drones formed the outline of the Korean Peninsula covered with the message: “Cheer up, Republic of Korea.”