Public Service Announcement about Littering and Going to Jail at Nojeok Hill




This is the beautiful nature that we pass on to future generations. It is our home and we must keep the mountains clean and water clear and without pollution. We must all work together to protect the beautiful nature that we inherited from our ancestors, as we pass it on to our descendents.

This includes, of course, taking care of food-related trash, as well as not throwing litter. Instead, throw it away in designated locations or take it with you.

If you get caught causing damage to the environment, the penalty is a maximum of three years in prison or a fine of W5 million. If you are caught by a member of the Environmental Committee leaving trash around, a fine of W1 million will be assessed.

Nature gives back to us as much as we protect it. The trash that we leave goes to our children and to our descendents.

Let's preserve the environment and pass on mountains and streams to our children which are clean and green.


Steven Bammel

Steven S. Bammel is president and chief translator/consultant at Korean Consulting & Translation Service, Inc. A graduate of the University of Texas at Arlington (B.B.A. Economics) and Hanyang University (M.S. Management Strategy), Steven has worked for over twenty years in Korean business and translation. | more about Steven

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