With the risk of a second wave of infection, the Korean government has not done things by halves. For 10 minutes, the people of Seoul could admire the drone show on the Han River. In perfect synchronization, the robots came to send a thank you and prevention message.

A personalized message

If South Korea has reacted well to COVID-19, it’s thanks to the efforts of its caregivers. The Korean government is well aware of this, which is why it wanted to thank him. The Ministry of Lands, Infrastructure and Transport has thus offered a unique spectacle of 300 drones Saturday July 4.

The ten-minute show consisted of two parts: first the reminder of the health instructions, then the thanks for those on the front line. Thus, the Seoulites have seen images of masks, hand washing or reminders of social distancing. The show ended on a note of encouragementt with the following message: “Cheer up, Republic of Korea.”

Credit: Ministry of Lands, Infrastructure and Transport
Credit: Ministry of Lands, Infrastructure and Transport

A drone show to unify the population

If the message conveyed was highly important in the current situation, so were the means used to get it across. The main purpose of using drones was to entertain the population while by engraving the show in their memory. Thanks and barrier gestures are recalled in an innovative and unprecedented way, enough to inspire the craze of all South Koreans.

The use of the mask has been recalled by drones in the hope that the "mask rage" incidents will end. Indeed, wearing it in summer is a difficult task in the South Korean capital where the atmosphere is hot and humid. Result violent incidents initiated by individuals, especially in public transport. Police have recorded more than 840 fights in the country, with an increasing trend. Thus organized, the drones were intended to provide a spectacle providing distraction to alleviate current problems.

Credit: Ministry of Lands, Infrastructure and Transport

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