Six Businesses in Tourist Areas Caught For Violating Food Sanitation Laws

The city of Busan announced that it found six businesses that violated food sanitation laws in various summertime vacation sites.

Busan conducted an inspection of 611 related businesses on various beaches and water parks.

There were four businesses that hired employees without health check-ups and one business with poor sanitation conditions.

The city imposed fines on these places.

The city will also file a case against another place that operated without a business registration.

They also conduct sanitation checkups on street food vendors from the 22nd.

An official from the city said that it will strengthen sanitation management in Nampo, Seomyeon, and Haeundae to secure food safety.

Names of the restaurants were not released.

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