[현장] The first large-scale performance after recovering from daily life… What is the admission procedure?
The first large-scale music performance is being held since the phased recovery of daily life. Many spectators gathered at the outdoor music festival with the quarantine pass applied, and a reporter is out at the scene.
Reporter Park Soo-jin, it’s been a long time since a large-scale music performance, but how many people have gathered?
The place I am in is the Jarasum Jazz Festival in Gapyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do.
Today (the 5th) is the first day of the three-day event, and more than 1,000 spectators gathered.
Tomorrow, Saturday, all 2,000 tickets are sold out.
Here’s the spectators, if you look, you’ll be seated on the lawn on a mat like this.
You can only drink drinks in these grandstands, and food can only be eaten in a separate space.
Wearing a mask is of course compulsory, and singing or shouting together is prohibited.
Since the quarantine pass is applied, only those who have completed the vaccination or who have tested negative can enter?
Yes, it is.
You can see the yellow and black paper bracelet I’m wearing right now on my arm.
The black one is the quarantine bracelet and the yellow one is the admission ticket.
You can receive this quarantine bracelet by submitting a certificate of completion of vaccination, PCR negative confirmation, or negative confirmation within 48 hours.
Although there were many restrictions, a lot of audiences gathered, how was the reaction today?
Some said that this quarantine procedure was cumbersome, but most of the audience said that they liked the scene where they could hear the musicians perform after a really long time.
Let’s hear it for yourself.
[김애지/관람객 : 아무래도 더 가깝게 볼 수 있고, 영상을 보는 거랑 실제로 보는 거랑 굉장히 다르니까 (좋아요.)]
[송현민/관람객 : 함성 못하고 앵콜도 못하는 건 조금 아쉽지만 재즈 소리에 맞는 박수 소리도 좋은 거 같습니다.]
The government is planning to allow performances of more than 500 people if approved by the Ministry of Culture and Culture, starting with this performance.
And the audience is limited to 5,000 people per performance.
It is a policy to apply the quarantine pass standard to not only adults but also those under the age of 18.
(Video coverage: Kim Yong-woo, video editing: Park Ki-duk)