Many people are canceling their trips to Japan following Japan’s export restrictions.
About 400 people canceled their ferry reservations at the Busan Port in the past month and passengers on flights between Gimhae and nine locations in Japan have also been decreasing.
On the first week of this month, passengers on flights to Japan increased by 5,400. But in the second week, there was a decrease in passengers by 1,100.
An official from a local airline said that there are few inquiries on group tours to Japan with the situation expected to continue after August.
Starting on September 1, Air Busan will reduce the number of flights between Daegu and Osaka from two flights a day to one flight a day.